Mazatlan Aquatic Rescue Squad rescues two people from Isla del Venado

Highlights of the actions of the Aquatic Rescue and Civil Protection Squadron during the meeting of the municipal Emergency Assistance Committee for the purposes of Lorraine

Mazatlan, Sinaloa.- The members of the Municipal Emergency Care Committee agreed to three immediate actions, during the fourth session, during the night of this Thursday, as a result of the effects of tropical storm Lorena; the first of them a tour of the rural south to verify the situation of twelve families of the community of Lomas de Monterrey that may require transfer to a temporary shelter.

Meanwhile, the secretary of Municipal Public Security in Mazatlan Federico Ríos Valdez reported that the elements of the Aquatic Rescue Squad rescued two people from the Deer Island, where fortunately the individuals are safe and sound.

“Regarding this meteorological emergency that has us here, there are two important signs that must be communicated is the rescue of two people on the Island of Deer who were doing activity there in the afternoon and that the Aquatic Rescue Squad and Civil Protection Fortunately they rescued with life. ”

In the fourth extraordinary session of the Municipal Emergency Assistance Committee it was reported that Tropical Storm Lorraine will cause moderate to heavy rains in the next hours in Mazatlan.

The members of the committee agreed on three immediate actions, the first of them a tour of the rural south to verify the situation of twelve families of the community of Lomas de Monterrey that could require transfer to a temporary shelter.

As a second point, check the chlorination of the tanks of the Lions Club before starting operations as a shelter and finally tour the lower area of ​​the Jacarandas neighborhood where older adults and a pregnant woman are located who may need support in case of an emergency by the rains.

It was reported that the Ministry of Public Education and Culture officially announced the suspension of classes at all levels by tomorrow, Friday, September 20.

Eloy Ruiz Gastélum, Municipal Civil Protection coordinator, reiterated the call to the population to stay informed through official means and avoid spreading false or doubtful origin messages that could cause psychosis.

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