“My greatest commitment is with the truth. The official data indicates that up to this moment we have not had deaths due to yesterday’s reprehensible events,” confirmed the governor of Querétaro, Mauricio Kuri, after the fight that occurred yesterday afternoon at the Corregidora stadium, during the Querétaro vs. Atlas match. .
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Through a video on his Twitter account, the president indicated that he has made all the verified information available to the public and regretted that names and images of supposedly deceased people are being disseminated, which have been confirmed to be alive and receiving medical care.
“Of course I understand that the images from yesterday are disturbing. Irrational violence affects us and outrages us. Unfortunately, names and images of people have been spread on networks that were claimed to have died. Today we confirm that fortunately they are alive and receiving medical care.”
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He reported that there are three serious people and work is being done to restore them.
“Really, I have no reason to lie or hide anything.”
He mentioned that rumors and malicious versions persist that speak of deceased people, of which he said there is no record.
Due to the foregoing, he asked whoever has any type of truthful information that complements or adds to what has already been disclosed to call 442-101-5205 in option 4, where attention is being given 24 hours a day and seven days a week. of the week.
“Today more than ever we must demonstrate that a violent and angry minority is not representing Queretaro society. Our values and our respect for human integrity,” she concluded.
We are not going to hide anything. I know that the images of the stadium are disturbing and that the names of people who are supposed to have died have been released; but today we confirm that fortunately they are ALIVE and receiving medical attention. pic.twitter.com/QoPYjEwqMi
– Mauricio Kuri (@makugo) March 6, 2022
Corregidora Stadium, suspended
The Corregidora Stadium will be suspended until the events that occurred this Saturday in the match between Club Querétaro and Atlas are clarified, in addition to the fact that the visiting fans will no longer be able to attend the matches in the stadiums, reported the president of Liga MX , Mikel Arriola Penaloza.
At a press conference, Arriola Peñaloza also did not rule out the disqualification of the Gallos Blancos from the Mx League; however, he announced that all these decisions will be made next Tuesday at an unofficial meeting of team owners.
Looking for fans reported missing
Given the reports about Atlas fans who allegedly disappeared in Querétaro after the violent events at the Corregidora stadium, the Jalisco government enabled a mechanism to receive reports and implement searches.
Having no news of their relatives, some people requested help through social networks to locate them and thus photographs of at least 17 people were disseminated, one of them is that of Esteban Hernández, alias “El Razor”, who was photographed unconscious within the state of Querétaro and later the authorities of that state reported as one of the three people who are seriously ill.
The governor of Jalisco, Enrique Alfaro, reported that six trucks arrived in Guadalajara this Sunday morning with 278 Atlas fans who went to watch the Querétaro game: “they were received by family members and fans, in addition to security teams and doctors, both state and municipal, who reviewed 130 people and treated 22 injured.
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