Three injured, one of them serious, after the collision of two vehicles in Tenerife
A total of three people have been injured of varying degrees after colliding two vehicles at the exit of Icod de Los Vinos, on the island of Tenerife, as reported by the 112 Emergency and Security Coordinated Center of the Canary Islands.
The events took place on the afternoon of Thursday on the TF-42 road, at the aforementioned exit, a place to which members of the Tenerife Firefighters traveled and released the two drivers, who had been trapped.
Subsequently, the staff of the Canary Islands Emergency Service (SUC) assisted a 77-year-old man who, at the initial moment of assistance, had a serious fracture in an upper limb, for which he was transferred in an ambulance to the Hospital University of the Canary Islands.
Likewise, they treated a 70-year-old man who at the initial moment of assistance had a moderate lower limb injury, for which he was transferred to Hospital del Norte; as well as a 48-year-old woman with abdominal trauma, who had to be transferred to the Nuestra Señora de la Candelaria University Hospital.
Local Police and Civil Guard agents also appeared at the scene of the accident and instructed the corresponding proceedings.