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Search and Rescue

Another Extrication Operation for Comandos

The CDS extrication team was immediately dispatched to assist 39yo Jose Palacios Casco and 37yo Gustavo Ángel Hernández when their microbus with plates  141-305 crashed into a CAESS truck who had been working along the Ejército Blvd near Molsa.

The accident took place around 10:40 pm and hydraulic extrication equipment was utilized. Gustavo suffered a head injury and both were immediately packaged and transported to higher level of care at Rosales Hospital in downtown San Salvador. It took the Comandos de Salvamento UDR team aprox 20 minutes to extricate Gustavo.

(Texto y fotos de Comandos de Salvamento)


Vídeo cortesía de TCS Noticias.

José Palacios Casco, de 39 años, conductor del microbús es liberado por la Unidad de Rescate.

SAR Recovery in Alcelhuate River

The Comandos de Salvamento High Angle Rescue Unit and the Bomberos Nacionales were able to rescue a patient who fell in the Alcelhuate River after he fell walking along the Venezuela Blvd near the La Vega neighbor hood in San Salvador.

29yo Ricardo Gálvez fell 45 meters and suffered numerous injuries as a result. He was immediately secured and transported to the Social Security Hospital.

(Texto, vídeo y fotos de Comandos de Salvamento)

High Angle Rescue

4 Vision was on hand the other day to document our work in helping rescue a geriatric patient.

¡Fue encontrado vivo de milagro!….un hombre cayó a un precipicio de más de 100 metros de profundidad, afortunadamente cuerpos de socorro fueron alertados a tiempo y trabajaron incansablemente para rescatarlo. @haragonTCS con el caso.http://www.esmitv.com/

Posted by Noticias4Vision on Tuesday, July 4, 2017

Comandos de Salvamento siempre al rescate

100 Meter High Angle

57yo Rigoberto Mollina Rugamas was rescued by the Comandos de Salvamento High Angle SAR team after falling down a steep bank in Cuscatancingo. The rescue was challenging with the litter due to the length of rope needed. The steep bank was over 100 meters in length. Due to various injuries to his upper extremities and thorax, the patient was immediately packaged and transported to higher level of care.