Monday, November 16, 2009

U R G E N T: Public assistance needed

Last night, during the tragic boat incident, a cell phone belonging to Cesar Adolfo Scott went missing. The only way to locate the mother of Cesar is through a contact number that was on the phone. Anyone knowing the whereabouts of the phone is asked to please contact the office at Sueño del Mar as soon as possible.

The Hiemgarntners return to La Isla Bonita

They have been visiting San Pedro for years and each year they work with the youth of our community. Their biggest work deals with disseminating correct AIDS information through skits which are prepared and performed by college students. Visiting the San Pedro High School, the skits were performed and students enjoyed the interactive session.

In the afternoon, Debbie and Larry Heimgartner along with the college students and Manelly’s Ice Cream, delivered delicious paletas to the students of the San Pedro Roman Catholic School. All in a day’s work. Kudos to the Heimgartners, their college students and Manelly’s for the good deeds today.

Update on Boat Accident

The San Pedro Sun can confirm that the name of the person who lost his life in the tragic boat accident last night is Cesar Scott.
Cesar Adolfo Scott, 33.
He is originally from the Cayo District and had recently started working at Sueño Del Mar.

The other seriously injured person is 42-year-old Antonio Tepaz, boat captain of Sueño Del Mar.
Inside the Coastal Xpress boat were reportedly 5 passengers and 1 boat captain, identified as Luis Alberto Paz. All 5 passengers and boat captain were treated at various clinics on the island and subsequently released. Among the 5 passengers, a female US National sustained various degrees of (minor) injuries to her head, arm and legs. She chose to seek further medical attention at a private clinic after being released from the PolyClinic.