The Salvadoran woman died while receiving medical attention at a hospital where they were transferred. Another compatriot was injured. No fewer than 60 people were traveling on the bus, most of them from Central America.
A Salvadoran migrant died and at least one other Salvadoran is hospitalized after the bus in which they were traveling overturned on a stretch of highway in the sector of the city of Monterrey, state of Nuevo León, Mexico, last Sunday mid-morning, according to media local.
According to information circulating on social networks, at least 60 migrants were traveling in the vehicle, several of them from El Salvador. Of the total number of passengers, about 15 were seriously injured and receive care at the Galeana General Hospital in Nuevo León.
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The accident occurred at dawn last Sunday. More migrants of Central American origin were traveling in the vehicle, although the number of Salvadorans traveling in it has not been detailed.
The Salvadoran woman who died was identified as Patricia Lisseth Quinteros, 29, originally from the municipality of Chirilagua, department of San Miguel, according to people who knew the victim and who confirmed the death.
The same sources indicated that Samuel Mercado, Patricia’s cousin, is receiving medical attention. He was also originally from Chirilagua.
Both Salvadorans had left El Salvador for two weeks, intending to reach the United States, given the difficult economic situation they were going through in their places of origin.
Patricia’s death occurred just the day Victoria Salazar was buried in a private cemetery in Sonsonate; the Salvadoran woman was murdered by a group of police from the city of Tulum, Quintana Roo state.
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