A worker from Plaza Manacar, in mayor Benito Juárez, was injured after an artificial Christmas tree about 15 meters high fell.
The Secretariat of Comprehensive Risk Management reported that the injured person was assessed and transferred by a private ambulance to continue receiving medical care.
Mayoral staff will follow up on the facts to confirm that pine placement poses no risk to visitors
Operational staff reported that inside a commercial plaza located in Insurgentes Sur and Río Mixcoac Col. Actipan in @BJAlcaldia; injured a worker who fell to be placing the structure of a decorative Christmas tree. pic.twitter.com/n5ZBAaOANS
— Secretariat for Comprehensive Risk Management and PC (@SGIRPC_CDMX) November 20, 2019
The accident occurred while the tree was placed in the central courtyard of the square, located on the corner of Circuit Interior Río Mixcoac and Insurgentes.
The site was attended by preventive elements of the Naples Sector, who entered the square and verified that the accident left only material damage.
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