Emergency medical personnel joined six people suffering from chlorine poisoning at a water park this Tuesday. Marina d’Or in the town of Castellon Marine Orope. According to the Center for Emergency Information and Coordination (CICU), Around 1:30 a.m. a notification was received to help a few people with respiratory distress and nausea. In these water facilities located in the resort complex.
A team from the Emergency Medical Assistance Service (SAMU), Basic Life Support (SVB) and a conventional ambulance went to the scene. The SAMU medical team treated six people, a seven-year-old boy and an eight-year-old girl, to the health centre. 42-year-old woman released Castellon General Hospital According to health sources, a 49-year-old woman and two 47- and 49-year-old men were discharged ‘on the spot’.
They announced it from Marina d’Or poisoning was caused by a measurement problem with one of the chlorine level control probes reflecting a lower score than it should have resulted in the rise of this industrial chemical. ” Civil Guard He got all the explanations, plus Sanitat was here yesterday to do a routine checkup and everything was correct”, confirms from the company, which downplayed what had happened and claimed they didn’t know if it was health care.