A fast and efficient act of the Canary Islands Emergency Service (SUC) in the Tenerife municipality of Arona has made it possible to provide timely medical care to a man who suffered a stab wound to the face. On Wednesday night, a sanitary ambulance went to the scene of the events on Francisco Andrade Fumero street to assist the affected individual.
The 40-year-old patient was transferred to the Nuestra Señora de La Candelaria University Hospital after his injury was evaluated, classified as moderate. He Emergency and Security Coordination Center (CECOES) 1-1-2 of the Government of Canary Islands responded promptly to the alert received, coordinating the necessary resources for the situation.
The SUC deployed a sanitary ambulance and another for basic life support, while the Local Police collaborated closely with the emergency services. The National Police was also present to carry out the corresponding proceedings.
Thanks to the rapid and coordinated response of the emergency and security teams, the patient received the necessary care and was transferred to the appropriate hospital for speedy recovery. These incidents highlight the importance of having an efficient and professional emergency service, which guarantees immediate attention to those who need it at critical moments..