The police officer who breastfed a baby in Acapulco after Hurricane Otis is promoted

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He hurricane Otiswhich devastated the city of AcapulcoHowever, he left an emotional image that went viral on social networks. A policewoman appeared in various videos and photographs breastfeeding a baby He hadn’t eaten for two days. Now the agent has been promoted in a ceremony in the capital Mexico City.

Is about Arizbeth Ambrosiobelonging to the Secretariat of Citizen Security (SSC) of Mexico City, and who traveled to Acapulco to participate in the rescue efforts, after the hurricane made landfall, which went from category 1 to 5 on October 25 in record time and left 48 dead and 48 missing.

The images from October 29 soon went viral, where the agent is seen breastfeeding the baby and this Monday the head of the SSC, Pablo Vázquez, announced that she had been promoted for this work in Acapulco. “His work is an example of humanism for everyone,” Vázquez said on social networks. The promotion ceremony took place at the SSC facilities in the Mexican capital.

Two weeks after Otis hit, which made landfall on October 25 in the Pacific, where it broke the record for the intensity of a cyclone in Mexicothe search and recovery efforts for people continue in Acapulco and Coyuca de Benítez, the cities most impacted and that have been declared emergency zones due to natural disaster.

The president of Mexico, Andrés Manuel López Obradorinsisted that in December the reconstruction tasks will be noticeable, for which his Government announced last Wednesday 61,313 million pesos (more than 3,265 million euros).

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