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Updated Saturday, February 24, 2024-19:26

A minor has died and three people have been seriously injured in an accident with an SUV this Saturday on the forest road that goes to

Castro de Limes

, in the council of Cangas del Narcea.

According to information provided by the Civil Guard, the events occurred around 2:15 p.m. in a non-competitive test organized by a 4x4 Club.

The accident occurred when

a Range Rover vehicle left the track

in the Fanoste area, in El Acebo.

The Seprona patrol from Cangas de Narcea went to the scene.

The Judicial Police Team and the Civil Guard Attestation Team went to the scene to carry out investigations.

On the other hand, SEPA has explained through a press release that the Asturias Fire Rescue Group, aboard the SEPA medical helicopter, evacuated a male to the Central University Hospital of Asturias (HUCA), while Another man has been transferred to this same center in the Mobile ICU of the area activated by the Urgent Medical Care Service (SAMU).

A third man has been transferred by the ambulance and the Cangas Primary Care doctor to the Carmen y Severo Ochoa Hospital.

In this last case, the injured person was subsequently evacuated from the Cangués hospital to the HUCA by the rescue team, aboard the SEPA medical helicopter.

The Emergency Coordination Center received the notice at 2 p.m.

The call explained that a 4x4 vehicle had overturned and there were four people inside.

Some were inside and others had been thrown out.

The Fire Chief of the Southwestern Zone was immediately mobilized, as well as eight Firefighters from the Emergency Service of the Principality of Asturias (SEPA), based in the Tebongo and Tineo parks, in addition to the Rescue Group aboard the medical helicopter. .

Once in the area, the officers verified that

two people had been thrown from inside the vehicle

, at different points, while two others, one of them the deceased, were inside.

The firefighters will proceed to release the lifeless body of the deceased, after the pertinent authorization.

The SEPA room 112 reported the event to the Civil Guard and the Urgent Medical Care Service (SAMU).