Ecuadorian gunmen raid a hospital in the hope of killing ‘ari’ in ICU

Ecuadorian gunmen raid a hospital in the hope of killing “Arri” in ICU

On November 28, the BBC reported that police in Ecuador arrested seven gunmen who attacked a hospital trying to kill a teenage girl who was receiving treatment in the western city of Shone. by gang members arrest many nurses Be a hostage and shoot with the police before you get arrested. All hostages were released. and no one was injured.

The teenage boy targeted by the attack was a 17-year-old man known as “Dirty Face” who was likely a member of a rival gang who had been in the ICU recovering from a gunshot wound.

An employee at the hospital told El Derio that the gunman held five hostages for more than an hour.

Meanwhile, videos on social media showed balaclavas holding guns and briefly pushing the screaming woman through one of the hospital’s exits. before dragging her back into the building.

The arrest of gang members who took hostages after attacking a hospital in Ecuador was shared on social media / POLICÍA ECUADOR

other employees specified by the hospital Lock the door to lock yourself in different rooms. While a gunman breaks down a door to find the teenager.

Mr Homero Andrade, who represents workers at the hospital In an interview with El Diaro, the gunmen did not know the plan of the hospital. That’s why these villains roam the hospital. “Thank God and the police we’re still here and telling the story,” Andrade said.

President Guillermo Lasso of Ecuador Thanks also to the police for saving lives. He shared a video on Twitter showing armed officers preparing to enter the building before arresting them.

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The arrest of gang members who took hostages after attacking a hospital in Ecuador was shared on social media

Gang violence in Ecuador has increased dramatically in recent years. including gruesome tactics such as executions and several prison riots.

President Lasso has declared several states of emergency since he took office last year. In an effort to deal with the rapidly escalating violence and beginning Nov. He said attacks by increasingly powerful drug cartels were a declaration of war.

Analysts think the increase in violence is partly due to violent Mexican drug cartels extending into Ecuador. where they hired a local gang to smuggle cocaine

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