Over 100 trees fallen in Mazatlan due to Nora

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Miguel Luis Morales Lizárraga, head of Public Services, announced that they have been working on garbage collection, pruning leafy trees, and attending to fallen trees

Miguel Luis Morales Lizárraga, head of Public Services, shared that yesterday they were carrying out special rounds to reinforce garbage collection, especially in the points where this problem occurs most.

He added that in the same way, leafy trees were pruned to prevent them from representing a risk to citizens.

“Yesterday, Sunday, we were already directly treating those trees that fell with the collaboration of Parks and Gardens and also working in conjunction with Urban Cleaning.”

Reported that the trees fallen by the hurricane is around 100.

Morales Lizárraga commented that due to the amount of rain that occurred, it impacted on the grates, so they had to constantly de-cerise them.

Source: sinaloaenlinea.com

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