Veracruz floods affect more than 1,200 families


Veracruz. The overflowing of the Aguadulcita river early this Monday, in the south of Veracruz, left more than 1,200 people affected, reported the head of Civil Protection (PC), Guadalupe Osorno Maldonado.

He pointed out that the rains caused by the passage of the Cold Front number 9 also caused damage to roads and communities in the municipalities of Las Choapas and Uxpanapan.

He reported that in Agua Dulce the overflow of the Aguadulcita river caused damage in 11 colonies, for which 2 temporary shelters had to be activated.

The mayor, Sergio Lenin Guzmán Ricardez, announced that in “in the Josefa Ortiz de Domínguez school shelter a kitchen was activated to prepare food and distribute it in the affected areas and it is scheduled to activate three more in the El Palmar neighborhood, The Pier and Solidarity “

In Las Choapas, the Guadalupe bridge collapsed, a crack was registered in the asphalt layer of the state highway that goes to Nanchital, in the section that passes through Villa Cuichapa, in the municipality of Moloacán.

A sinkhole was also formed on the Las Choapas-Raudales highway and there was a collapse in the highway section to Cerro de Nanchital.

“In coordination with elements of the Secretariat of the Navy, Secretariat of Public Security, Police and Municipal Civil Protection, tours of damage verification and attention to the population are carried out, activating the DN III-E plan and the distribution of humanitarian supplies from the strategic reserves of state PC and DIF ”, said Osorno Maldonado.

They protest in Tabasco against damages by rains

Inhabitants of Villahermosa, Tabasco, demonstrated in two parts of the city to demand support from the authorities for the effects that derived from the floods caused by the recent rains.

Residents of the Miguel Hidalgo neighborhood blocked the La Isla-Villahermosa road to request that a ditch that does not work be fixed.

Meanwhile, a group of people from the Casa Blanca neighborhood are keeping two lanes of Ruiz Cortines Avenue closed, with banners in hand, in which they indicate that they are not asking for money but for a “pump to extract water from the sewer.”


Veracruz Daily Post