Alianza vs FAS match – 12 deaths in tragedy, relief forces, deaths, rescue special forces, PNC agents, Cuscatlan stadium.
Alianza FC and CD FAS bars ‘Barra Brava 96’ and ‘Turba Roja’, respectively, will be trained in first aid by the Ministry of Health to be prepared to act in the event of an incident like this one. Twelve people were killed and more than 100 injured in the match at the Cuscatlan stadium on Saturday 20 May.
The ‘Red Mob’ communiqué said it now hoped that the ‘Red Mob’ logistics and security apparatus would work. Not be interrupted or obstructed by “members of security and team management”.
At the end of both statements, it said it was working with the Ministry of Health to take necessary measures. To enable Fan members to receive first aid training in case of emergenciesto be able to respond with the necessary technical preparations and protect the integrity of the fan.
In the face of the tragedy that took place at Cuscatlan’s stadium last Saturday, Turba Roja 1994 reports: #TrubaRoja 1994 pic.twitter.com/tnY1VdQCj3
— Red 1994 Pete (@turba94roja) May 22, 2023
Official communication! #somos el corazon de arianza pic.twitter.com/ZafaMEdNCh
— Ninety Six (@BarraBrava_AFC) May 23, 2023
Health Minister Francisco Alabi said on Twitter: Responded to requests from FAS fans for cooperation on negotiation issues. Arabi replied: “Please count on our support. We will organize a first aid training this weekend to serve El Salvadorans attending the sporting event.”
Alavi responded to a statement by the Barra Brava newspaper that the recruitment would go ahead.
“We are happy to support you with our knowledge so that we can put it into practice at sporting events and contribute to the safety of our citizens. Starting this weekend we will have a first aid training day,” the health minister commented on Twitter.
Count on our support.
We will organize first aid training on the same weekend to serve El Salvadorans participating in sporting events.
— Francisco Alabi (@FranAlabi) May 22, 2023