A woman who died of a stroke was helped by agents who subsequently abandoned her at the train station for 26 hours

Tragic moment woman who suffered a stroke at the train station in Mexico, & # 39; is misunderstood as a drunkard & # 39; and left five officers on the street before she died in the hospital three days later

  • María Guadalupe Fuentes Arias suffered a stroke after entering a train station in Mexico City on the morning of February 16
  • CCTV video showed that the 56-year-old woman was assisted by five officers after spending three hours in the station without receiving medical help
  • Shocking images show that Fuentes Arias is placed in a stretcher
  • Officers could be seen struggling to hold her while her feet dragged across the floor
  • The woman was dumped outside the station and spent 26 hours before an ambulance showed up and brought her to a hospital
  • Fuentes Arias was declared dead three days later

A woman who suffered a stroke at a train station in Mexico City was picked up and dumped on the street by five officers before she died in the hospital for three days.

María Guadalupe Fuentes Arias entered Tacubaya metro station at 4 p.m. local time before she suffered the stroke.

In a CCTV video obtained by the Mexican news office Reforma, five police officers were seen responding to the sick woman.

María Guadalupe Fuentes Arias suffered a stroke on 16 February at a train station in Mexico City. Instead of policemen asking for an ambulance, they brought her to the police station in the transit center before leaving her body on the street.

María Guadalupe Fuentes Arias suffered a stroke on 16 February at a train station in Mexico City. Instead of policemen asking for an ambulance, they brought her to the police station in the transit center before leaving her body on the street.

Four police officers in Mexico City appear in a CCTV video with María Guadalupe Fuentes Arias (shown on the stretcher)

Four police officers in Mexico City appear in a CCTV video with María Guadalupe Fuentes Arias (shown on the stretcher)

Four police officers in Mexico City appear in a CCTV video with María Guadalupe Fuentes Arias (shown on the stretcher)

A security camera recorded the moment that María Guadalupe Fuentes Arias was dragged out of the police station at the train station after having not received medical assistance for three hours

A security camera recorded the moment that María Guadalupe Fuentes Arias was dragged out of the police station at the train station after having not received medical assistance for three hours

A security camera recorded the moment that María Guadalupe Fuentes Arias was dragged out of the police station at the train station after having not received medical assistance for three hours

They placed Fuentes Arias on a stretcher and carried her body to the police station in the station of Line 1, where she spent three hours.

Another video clip showed four male police officers who led the sick woman out of the police station as she struggled to stay on her feet.

Fuentes Arias was then abandoned at the steps of the train station entrance and spent another 26 hours unattended.

According to the Mexican newspaper El Diario, a street vendor saw her as a drunk person.

Three police officers struggle to hold the woman on her feet as they dragged her through the train station hall before she left her for hours after she had a stroke

Three police officers struggle to hold the woman on her feet as they dragged her through the train station hall before she left her for hours after she had a stroke

Three police officers struggle to hold the woman on her feet as they dragged her through the train station hall before she left her for hours after she had a stroke

The Tacubaya metro station in Mexico City was the scene of a shocking turn of events in February, which were unveiled by the Reforma news broadcast. A 56-year-old woman suffered a stroke and the police did not respond to an ambulance, but brought her to the police station in the station before leaving her outside at the entrance stairs.

The Tacubaya metro station in Mexico City was the scene of a shocking turn of events in February, which were unveiled by the Reforma news broadcast. A 56-year-old woman suffered a stroke and the police did not respond to an ambulance, but brought her to the police station in the station before leaving her outside at the entrance stairs.

The Tacubaya metro station in Mexico City was the scene of a shocking turn of events in February, which were unveiled by the Reforma news broadcast. A 56-year-old woman suffered a stroke and the police did not respond to an ambulance, but brought her to the police station in the station before leaving her outside at the entrance stairs.

The witness, whose name was not reported, said the police near the station were aware of the woman's condition and were asked to call an ambulance.

& # 39; The first time I saw her, I thought she was drunk because they usually drink and stay there, & # 39; said the man.

& # 39; But the day after I arrived and I saw her again, I said: & # 39; No, this lady is not drunk, she is sick, something has happened to her, she has fallen, she has been injured, but she has something because it is already longing for her to get drunk and unconscious. "

An ambulance arrived on Sunday afternoon, February 17, and the emergency services transported her to a local hospital where she was immediately admitted for treatment.

Fuentes Arias was declared tragic on February 19.

The transport agency passed the investigation to the local district attorney's office and terminated the train station supervisor.

The police are currently being investigated by the Mexico City Honor and Justice Council.

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