As for the testimony of the same workers, there is a refusal to want to relate their own version of the events since they violated public property, since Friday, March 13 there is a stamp of SUSPENDED, by Civil Protection in construction
Mazatlán, Sinaloa. – Applying the saying of ‘like Juan through his house’, the companies responsible for the Pacific Pearl Tower work, left without water and even without fiber-optic service to the houses surrounding the construction, because they deliberately opened the pedestrian sidewalk causing a landslide and obstructing the passage of tourists and inhabitants.
With a tape that attests to the suspension of the work and dated from March 13, the construction of the Pacific Pearl Tower condominium tower was closed due to the drilling of a 14-inch drinking water pipe, according to what was communicated by the Municipal Board of Potable Water and Sewerage of Mazatlán, from Monday, March 15, two days after the event.
However, the damage not only remained in the drinking water service, but also, when it was revealed that the company destroyed the public sidewalk, a section of the same remodeled avenue was seriously damaged, so the circulation of vehicles between Rio streets Piaxtlá and Rio San Lorenzo, at their intersection with Avenida Del Mar, better known for being the Mazatlán boardwalk, were disabled just a few days before starting Holy Week and receiving hundreds of tourists who commonly use the street to get around.
As if that were not enough, in addition to the aforementioned damages, a fiber optic line was added that enabled telephone and internet communication in the area of the Palos Prietos neighborhood, which was not indicated or reported. On the other hand, it is known that among those responsible for the chaotic damage are the real estate company iKapital and the College of Architects of Mazatlán, names that appear on the same closing seal.
As for the testimony of the workers themselves, there is a refusal to want to relate their own version of the events since they violated public property.