The events occurred around 8.30 am this Thursday in the town of Costa Teguise
A male had to be treated this morning by the staff of the Canary Emergency Service (SUC) on the beach of El Jablillo in the tourist town of Costa Teguise to suffer a half-drowning.
About 8.56 hours when the Coordinating Center for Emergencies and Security (CECOES) 1-1-2 of the Government of the Canary Islands received an alert in which it was reported that beach lifeguards had rescued a man from the water who showed signs of drowning . The 1-1-2 immediately activated the emergency resources needed to pay attention.
The SUC personnel showed up at the scene and the man, still of unknown age, at the initial moment of the assistance showed signs of drowning of a moderate nature transferred in a medical ambulance to the Doctor José Molina Orosa Hospital
The Local Police of Teguise and the Civil Guard also moved to the place.