Doctors and rescuers did everything possible to save his life.

Monday 1 April, 2024
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Juarez City.- “There was a doctor and some people tried to help him, but we didn’t see, they took him to the front and there they did everything they had to do to him. The Red Cross arrived and took him away, we no longer knew what happened to him,” said on Friday night one of the passengers who was traveling on the plane from Mazatlán bound for this border, where Roberto Briones Mota, director, had health complications. of Civil Protection.

The public servant died minutes later, despite the efforts of doctors and rescuers who assisted him.

“At first it seemed like he was having a seizure, but no, I think the man was having a heart attack,” said the traveler, who did not recognize Captain Briones Mota as one of the tourists who boarded the aircraft.

The public servant spent several days of vacation in the port of Mazatlán, Sinaloa, and returned, along with his family, to this city on Viva Aerobus airline flight VIV9335. The landing was scheduled at 9:35 p.m. according to the itinerary.

The travelers interviewed at the Ciudad Juárez International Airport recounted those last minutes of the firefighter’s life.

The people traveling to Juárez boarded the plane without complications.

“The good thing is that the plane was still on the ground and they gave no instructions to leave. There was a doctor and some people tried to help him, but we didn’t see, they took him to the front and there they did everything they had to do to him. The Red Cross arrived and took him away, we no longer knew what happened to him,” he explained.

The interviewee shared that, after assisting the sick man, the crew called on the passengers to get off the plane in an orderly manner.

“They took us all down, more or less from 40 minutes to an hour, more or less, they kept us there for a while and then they gave us the information that we could board, that everything was fine,” he said.

The flight landed that same Friday at 11:35 p.m. without any major setbacks, while dozens of people were waiting for the arrival of the aircraft since 9:35 p.m. where their loved ones were being transported.

Roberto Briones Mota, 54 years old, according to the Municipality spokesperson, had a degree in Law from the University Cultural Center, with experience in civil protection in the field, according to his resume.

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He was a member of the fire department for 22 years, ending as first operational captain.

He was recognized for responding to the explosion of the Blueberry maquiladora and determining the causes of the explosion, as well as being a hero of the city for rescuing people repeatedly and in various accidents that occurred in the city, from fires, floods, road accidents, among others. others.

He was an expert in fires and explosions; In addition, he took multiple courses, workshops, seminars and diplomas in civil protection and had several certifications with national and international value.

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