The delivery of federal aid to victims of ‘Nora’ in Mazatlán begins

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In the city, the delivery of 801 pantries began in the Anáhuac, Azteca, Jesús García, Loma Atravesada, Francisco I. Madero, Pino Suárez and Sirena colonies

Mazatlán, Sinaloa.- The Federal Government, through the Secretariat of National Defense and in coordination with the municipal government, began with the delivery of 801 food items to families affected by Hurricane ‘Nora’ in urban and rural areas.

With censuses previously carried out by personnel from Social Welfare and Rural Liaison, elements of the Eighth Infantry Battalion, belonging to the Ninth Military Zone and Third Military Region, carried out the delivery of the support with the certainty that they reach the person who really gave them. require.

army support

Tonatiú Guerra Martínez, head of Social Welfare, highlighted the support of the armed forces by providing help to the families who suffered the attacks of “Nora” in Mazatlán and expressed the gratitude of the mayor of Mazatlán, Luis Guillermo Benitez Torres, towards the military for such laudable work.

army support

In the city, the delivery of 801 pantries began in the Anáhuac, Azteca, Jesús García, Loma Atravesada, Francisco I. Madero, Pino Suárez and Sirena colonies, while in the rural area the outpost reached the communities of El Vainillo, La Tuna, San Francisquito and Lomas de Monterrey, Barrón El Walamo, Caleritas, Aguaje de Costilla, Villa Unión and El Habalito del Tubo.

Source: reaccioninformativa.com

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