Body found in the rubble of Cerro del Chiquihuite was indeed that of Niña Mía: FGJEM

The body of the minor who was rescued a few hours ago from the debris left by the dislodging of the Cerro del Chiquihuite yes it was Mía Mayrin, reported the FGJEM.

Through a message on social networks, the Attorney General’s Office of the State of Mexico (FGJEM) confirmed that the remains are of the three-year-old girl who was trapped next to her mother Paola Daniela, 22, and his brother, Jorge Dilan, 5 years.

This, according to the Mexican agency, after carrying out various procedures, among which was the comparison of the ADN with samples taken from Paola Daniela’s husband and other relatives.

Likewise, the family members have already recognized the body, so it will be delivered shortly under the corresponding protocols.

As long as the ad clear doubts about the identity of the body, after while some media reported that Mía Mendoza Campos works, others affirmed that it was that of Jorge Dilan Mendoza Campos.

What’s missing

For now, it would be necessary to find Paola and Jorge, who would be in the area where the little girl was found, however, their access is very difficult, since the room of the living place where they were at the time of the collapse was left under 200 tons, whose possible displacement puts rescuers in danger.

In this regard, during the afternoon, after announcing the discovery of human evidence and the collection of DNA evidence, the Undersecretary General of the Mexican Government, Ricardo de la Cruz Musalem, assured that based on the results they would determine whether or not to continue the search.

This, due to the landslides that were registered during the weekend and the possibility of new falls of rock in the area, as well as the presence of rains in the demarcation, which would make the terrain even more unstable.

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However, so far they have not commented on the future of search efforts in the area, while, along with the information campaign for residents to evacuate the rest of the Colonia Lázaro Cárdenas Third Section, now the authorities ask not to celebrate the September 15 with pyrotechnics several kilometers from the place, because in addition to being able to move the debris, they would impede search and rescue efforts.


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