The SAMU team has participated in the rescue of a ferry in Santa Fe, Philippines, which has resulted in several injuries

The SAMU team participated in the rescue of a ferry in bad weather, he could not reach port.

After controlling the chaos caused by the nerves of the passengers, we proceeded to landing, with neither the captain nor the crew appeared throughout the operation.

When the landing was finalizing appeared the captain decided to return to port and sailed back to those who had already been evacuated. They reembarked passengers from the ground in an operation that was back uncoordinated but this time with the presence of the captain and the Coast Guard in the rescue. One of the vessels was about to re-embark, with too many people on board capsized some 50 meters from the boat, with passengers trying to hold on to the tack boat.

The situation became more dramatic after the turn of the vessel, but the speed of the Vbert volunteers and fishermen rescue craft, they had no problem jumping into the water at any height, made this incident was resolved in half an hour. A pregnant woman, a blind and a paraplegic girl who had respiratory problems and slight chest pain were attended, among others, the medical team SAMU.

The mayor has deeply grateful to the SAMU team the great work done throughout the rescue.