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Tourists skip the seal in Ajuy in "state of alert" for coastal phenomena
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Tourists skip the seal in Ajuy in "state of alert" for coastal phenomena.

The Cabildo of Fuerteventura, through the account in X of @ftvEmergen, previously communicated the closure of the accesses to the area



Despite the fact that the Government of the Canary Islands declared a pre-alert situation in the Islands due to coastal phenomena on the north and west coast of the Archipelago and the activation of yellow warnings by the State Meteorological Agency, several tourists decided to skip the access seal to the Caves of Ajuy, in Fuerteventura. "endangering their lives," says this Friday the Council of Security and Emergencies of the island Cabildo, through the profile in X @ftvEmergen.



"Images of tourists ignoring the access seal to the Caves of Ajuy and endangering their lives. Irresponsible attitudes," insisted the aforementioned account on the social network, in a publication in which it adds a video that shows this new recklessness in the Canary Islands.



It should be remembered that the Majorero City Council of Pájara decreed this morning the closure of accesses to the area and, in turn, asked users to be cautious along the entire coastal coast of the municipality.

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Rescued late at night a tourist who was swept away by a wave in the caves of Ajuy.

The terrible scare occurs in an area sealed by the city council due to the poor sea conditions in the area

A tourist was finally rescued on Saturday night after a complicated rescue by the Helimer 201 helicopter in the area of the Caves of Ajuy. The woman was evacuated alive to the General Hospital of Fuerteventura.

The terrible scare occurs in an area sealed by the city council due to the poor sea conditions in the area

A tourist was finally rescued on Saturday night after a complicated rescue by the Helimer 201 helicopter in the area of the Caves of Ajuy. The woman was evacuated alive to the General Hospital of Fuerteventura.


The accident occurred when the woman fell into the water dragged by a wave in the area of the caves that had been sealed by the southern city council due to the forecasts of rough seas for the whole weekend by the AEMET.


On Friday and Saturday, the information coming from the area was that tourists and visitors were not respecting the seal prohibiting access to the caves that had been placed by the town council of Pájara.

According to 112, it would be a 23-year-old woman who at the initial moment of assistance has severe hypothermia, rescued by the Helimer helicopter and transferred in a medicalized ambulance from the SUC to the General Hospital of Fuerteventura.


Previously, a 25-year-old man had been rescued who at the initial moment of assistance had abrasions and minor wounds, except for complications, assisted by SUC personnel in the area of the incident.
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Some people just can’t obey the rules, and then put others lives at risk when they have to rescue the idiots. I hope the woman is all right and learned her lesson.
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