June 2, 2023

The mortal remains of the woman killed in bus accident recorded last Monday, May 1, when he went to work to collect a fruit and vegetable company with 39 other Moroccan seasonal workers, has already been repatriated to his country for receive burial. As HuelvaYa has learned, the body of the young woman arrived at Morocco on the night of this Thursday and will be buried in his hometown: Essaouira.

On the other hand, the Junta de Andalucía has reported this Friday that the number of Moroccan seasonal workers admitted to different hospitals in Huelva and Seville has fallen to just one, for which reason 16 have been discharged or referred to other hospitals by the mutual from this Tuesday. Thus, only one of the seasonal workers injured in the accident remains on the floor at the Virgen del Rocío Hospital in Seville, but her condition is not serious.

The accident

He accident The death occurred at around 6:25 a.m., when a bus from San Juan del Puerto carrying seasonal workers of Moroccan nationality overturned at kilometer 16 of the A-484.

In the emergency work on the ground, members of the health services of 061 and the Primary Care Emergency Service (SUAP) intervened, together with agents of the Local Police, the Service Operations Center (COS) of the Civil Guard and Traffic, the Provincial Consortium of Huelva Firefighters and Highway Maintenance, as well as a technical adviser for 112 Emergencies and the 112 Emergency coordinator in Huelva province.

Speed ​​and fog, possible causes

The Government delegate in Huelva, Manuela Parralo, has indicated that together with the dense fog, excessive speed is also being worked on as a possible cause of the fatal accident.

Thus, as he explained to Canal Sur, “the speed level was perhaps a little higher than what was allowed at that roundabout” since there was a “brake mark at 70 km although the limit was 40km/hour”. That, added to the dense fog that covered the A434 at that time, would have caused the accident. Of course, the driver has tested negative for drugs and alcohol.

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