The Fire Department of São Paulo (Brazil) reported this Sunday through his official Twitter account that at least 12 firefighters had been buried after the partial collapse of the Itambé Cave, in the Ribeirao Preto region.
According to the entity, the event took place during a training session for civilian firefighters (members of the Real Life school) inside the cave.
Update, Ribeirão Preto region, Itambé Cave, a total of 26 people participated in a course (civil firefighter/Real Life school members) inside a cave, 14 had no accident, 03 victims were already removed with fractures and hypothermia… pic.twitter.com/8VCFzgT624
— PMESP Fire Department (@BombeirosPMESP) October 31, 2021
Initially if reported that the roof fell on a total of 26 victims and that all were buried.
However, in another tweet published a little later it was clarified that 14 people “did not suffer the accident” and that 3 of the victims had already been rescued with fractures and hypothermia.
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