Mexico City (AP) — Two American tourists injured by a crocodile at Puerto Vallarta Resort, Mexico, when one swims in the sea at night and the other goes underwater to help him. Did.
The Office of Civil Defense in Western Jalisco said Wednesday that the first American had bites on his legs, arms, abdomen and chest. The second person, who went into the water for help, had a wound on his hand.
The office said both men received first aid on-site. Both men said they were from Colorado, but did not specify either place of origin.
Crocodiles are not uncommon in the coastal wetlands and coastal shores of Puerto Vallarta’s Pacific coastal resorts.