A situation that caught everyone’s attention happened this Friday afternoon on a beach in Villa companion. Suddenly there appeared a Buenos Aires Police helicopter who flew very low and blew the tourist umbrellas.
The scene was recorded on video and it is seen that the aircraft turns to the left in a sudden and dangerous manoeuvre. Authorities are trying to find out why the pilot made the move.
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Sun, sand, a helicopter and umbrellas in the air
The tourists of Full sun spa They were enjoying a fantastic day at the beach when they started to hear the noise of a helicopter. For reasons that are trying to be determined, the pilot flew very close to the people and made the parasols They used to protect themselves from the sun.
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The sequence was recorded on a video taken by a person who was at the scene and it is also seen that he turns to the left in a sudden and dangerous maneuver. The aircraft belongs to the Buenos Aires Police and so far there are no injuries.
Villa Gesell declared an aquatic emergency due to COVID cases and a lifeguard strike
Life guard of Villa Gesell carried out a strike in their activities and a mobilization after the decree aquatic emergency due to coronavirus cases among workers in that sector.
In dialogue with TN, Matías Casabal, from the Union of Lifeguards of Villa Gesell, criticized Mayor Gustavo Barrera for not accompanying them with the necessary measures so that they can carry out their work.
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For its part, the municipality of Villa Gesell declared an “aquatic emergency” for the next 90 days and authorized the recruitment of lifeguards and maritime personnel, as a result of the contagion outbreak that affects beach workers.
The mayor of the seaside resort pointed out to Telam that they noticed a “large increase in Covid cases” and that “many lifeguards were discharged due to the virus.”