It still seems unknown the reason that led the English tourist, last August 31, to run over 8 people along the main street of Corralejo, Nuestra Señora del Carmen.
From the first data the driver would not have had an illness and in the meantime he would have started driving under the influence of alcohol.
The fact is that of the 8 people swept away at about 70 km / h with the car he was driving, 5 are still in complicated conditions.
Among them is the youngest of all: a four-month-old girl who was transported to the Materno Infantil de Gran Canaria hospital with multiple traumas of a serious nature.
A similar fate to that of the child befell an 18-year-old boy who, after being assisted at the General Hospital of Fuerteventura, was transferred to the Hospital Isnsular de Gran Canaria.
The other three seriously injured are two men, aged 40 and 43 respectively, and a woman aged 49, all with multiple traumas.
Among the other less serious injured are two men aged 44 and 50 and another 5-year-old girl.
They are currently housed in hospitals in Fuerteventura.
All the health services, firefighters and Civil Guard promptly collaborated to rescue the injured and clear the area of the accident as quickly as possible. The most seriously injured were also transferred and moved by helicopter, making the rescue between the hospitals of Fuerteventura and Fuerteventura and Gran Canaria quicker and more agile.
We wish everyone a speedy recovery!