HUELVA, 2 May. (EUROPE PRESS) -
A total of 17 of the almost 40 Moroccan seasonal workers injured when a bus overturned on the way to work in Almonte (Huelva) this past Monday, which resulted in the death of one of the workers, continue to be admitted to five hospitals in Huelva and Seville, three of which are in serious but stable condition.
This has been indicated to Europa Press from the Health Delegation, specifying that these are the latest data collected from the Ministry. In this way, they have detailed that one of the women is admitted to the Infanta Elena de Huelva Hospital, while nine are in Juan Ramón Jiménez, one of them in the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) and eight under observation, and seven of they are found in the Virgen Macarena hospitals in Seville (one); San Juan de Dios, from Bormujos (three), and at the Virgen del Rocío Hospital.
On the other hand, they have specified that three women are currently in serious but stable condition, one of whom is hospitalized in the Virgen del Rocío, another in the Virgen Macarena and one in the Juan Ramón Jiménez ICU, while the The rest of the injuries are under observation and the rest of the passengers have been discharged.
The accident occurred at kilometer 16 of the A-484 highway at 6:25 a.m. this Monday, May 1, when a bus carrying seasonal workers of Moroccan nationality overturned.
In the emergency work on the ground, members of the health services of 061 and the Primary Care Emergency Service (SUAP) intervened, together with agents of the Local Police, the Service Operations Center (COS) of the Civil Guard and Traffic, the Provincial Consortium of Huelva Firefighters and Highway Maintenance, as well as a technical adviser for 112 Emergencies and the 112 Emergency coordinator in Huelva province.
According to the data provided to 112 from the Health Emergencies Center (CES 061), one woman died, another three were very seriously injured, 14 less serious and 22 minor.
Among the slightly injured was the driver of the wrecked bus, which was taking temporary workers from San Juan del Puerto to the Huelva municipality of Almonte, to work on a farm belonging to a fruit and vegetable company.