SANTA CRUZ DE TENERIFE, 5 Apr. (EUROPE PRESS) –
An agent of the Civil Guard who was off duty saved a minor who was found wandering in the TF-5 on March 30 in pajamas and disoriented.
While the agent was driving along the highway to go to her job, she observed that other vehicles made a sudden maneuver towards the left lane, verifying that on the roadway there was a minor, barefoot, in pajamas and disoriented, walking along the right side of the road.
The agent stopped her vehicle and tried to talk to the boy, who ignored her instructions, so she continued until she gained his trust in order to retain him and prevent him from continuing on the road, putting his life at serious risk, taking into account that the events happened at dawn and the vision was scarce, collects a note from the Civil Guard.
Thus, he called the Civil Guard Operations Center and learned that the minor’s parents had reported his disappearance and were looking for him, both they and National Police agents, who have been in charge of instructing proceedings.
The parents of the minor had reported the disappearance when checking during the night how the minor had disappeared from the house, sounding the alarm, presenting the corresponding complaint and beginning the search for the child, both relatives and police officers.