The governor, José Rosas Aispuro Torres, said that shelters are available in each municipality if the rains are heavy, and would see the possibility of suspension of classes in the municipalities that are affected.
The government of the state of Durango announces that it is on alert to face in the coming days the arrival of Hurricane Willa, since it is estimated that the entry through Sinaloa and Nayarit will allow the rains that now have throughout the state intensify, However, it recognizes that the Sierra Madre Occidental, will serve as a buffer for this phenomenon, as announced by the governor José Rosas Aispuro Torres.
He said that shelters are available in each municipality if the rains are heavy, and would see the possibility of suspension of classes in the municipalities that are affected. At this time, activities have not been suspended in any region, and health and civil protection services are monitoring the impact that may occur.
On the other hand, Conagua tending to the dams are at their maximum capacity, but with needed releases, it will have to continue to prevent overflow and where gates exist these will be opened to be able to receive the water that descends from the mountains.
Roads and bridges are open, but already public works and personnel of the municipalities are doing maintenance work and that dirt road have become somewhat muddy and risky, but so far there is no situation for concern.
The army through the 3rd region and X military zone is ready to implement the DN-III plan if necessary in the municipalities of the Sierra that could be hit by the storm in the next few hours
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