Mazatlán, Sinaloa.- A controversial moment took place on April 12th when personnel belonging to the Mazatlán City Council had to evict street vendors from one of the main avenues of the city.
Giving warnings to withdraw, in a video, you can see how the workers of the corporation spoke with the merchants who were standing in the sidewalk of the aforementioned avenue.
They were fruit vendors who were trying to make a sale to the few pedestrians and drivers who were driving or walking along the avenue, and thus raise money for their daily sale.
The event occurred on the corner of Munich and Libramiento Colosio, and in the footage you can see one of the vendors asking why they can’t sell their fruits.
The Mazatlan Post