Three fishermen reported missing in Haitian waters by Dominican Navy, found severely injured in Hospital in Haiti

Posted by hougansydney.com on Thursday, December 14, 2017 Under: Haiti/Dominican relations



The three fishermen, -two Dominicans and Haitian- who were reported missing by the Dominican Navy, were found  severly injured in a hospital the Okay Difont Hospital, in the town of Marigot, were they have been receiving treatments since they arrived last week.

According to the Navy, the fishermen left in a boat without permission to enter haitian waters and with expired license.

Awilda Pérez Ruiz, of the Dominican Navy said that two dominican brothers are in very poor health, so they need to be immediately transferred to a medical center in the Dominican Republic to save their lives.

The brothers are Carlos Danerquis and Edwin Ocalín Pérez Ruiz, aged 19 and 23, respectively.


Máximo Féliz Terrero, Dominican consul in Haiti, was notified of the situation so that he could arrange for his transfer to a hospital in the Dominican Republic. The Dominican Navy was also notified at his headquarters in Pedernales.


The news od the man being found was reported by the staff of the Haitian medical center to relatives of the victims by telephone.  


In : Haiti/Dominican relations 



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