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VIDEO | Choose embarkation against port in Campeche

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A private boat and a floating boat from the Navy Secretary crashed into the bridge El Zacatalwhich communicates City of Carmen with continental territory in Tabasco, reported by local authorities.

Due to the impact, and to determine whether the use of the relevant route is safe, elements of Civil Protection of the City of Carmen they closed the bridge during various hours, causing intense traffic in the area.

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The accident occurred late on December 26th, when it seemed one of the cables was keeping the vessel together Doña Ángela María T.in the six floating areas of the federal dependency, were left alone.

Immediately afterward, the embarkation is owned by the company Naviera Integralhad accidentally damaged the structure of the bridge, causing significant damage to the communication route.

Not if they report injuries

Considering the nature of the accident, which was captured by dozens of witnesses in videos that were shared on numerous occasions in social redesnot if they registered injured de gravedad.

Local authorities work during various hours for them retreat of the boat and to evaluate the security of the bridge, one of the main communication routes between the City of Carmen and the tabasque population of El Zacatalin continental territory.

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