An acute myocardial infarction took the life of an elderly man, when he was walking near the Tres Cruces neighborhood, this day.
It was some people who, passing over the Free Municipality Boulevard and Fray Diego de Landa Street, realized that a man had fainted on the stairs of a business.
They immediately approached to try to help him but seeing that he was unconscious and did not react, someone called the emergency number 9-1-1.
It was so that shortly after paramedics from the Advanced Medical Emergency System (SUMA) arrived and when checking the man, they indicated that he did not have vital signs.
The body was covered with a white sheet and guarded by elements of the Municipal Police of the Secretariat of Citizen Security (SSC) until the arrival of experts and ministerial agents of the State Attorney General’s Office shortly after.
The ministerial authorities realized that the man, around 60 years old, did not show signs of violence and apparently suffered a heart attack, so he would have died naturally.
However, none of the residents of the area were able to identify him and that is why his transfer to the municipal amphitheater was ordered to do the rigorous autopsy and wait for someone to come later to identify him and claim him to give the sixty-year-old a proper burial.