Martínez de Alba indicated which are the colonies with the highest risk in addition to those that are in the Risk Atlas; now adds the Loma de Rodríguera sector as vulnerable
Culiacán, Sinaloa.- The director of Civil Protection, Marco Antonio Martínez de Alba calls on the ‘culichis’ to be vigilant about the arrival of the meteorological phenomenon ‘Pamela’ since there is the possibility of flooding in colonies and communities of Culiacan.
Martínez de Alba indicated which are the colonies with the highest risk in addition to those that are in the Risk Atlas; now adds the Loma de Rodríguera sector as vulnerable.
The most vulnerable receiverships are in the south of the city, the same ones that were affected at the end of August by the tropical storm ‘Nora’.
The Official reported that the communities and neighborhoods with the possibility of flooding are in the Costa Rican Syndicate with 17 neighborhoods and 7 communities.
Sinaloa, Juan de Dios Batiz, Constituents, Cañitas, Center, Renato Vega, Independence, Popular, Tents, Zaragoza, Emiliano Zapata, Kidney, Varacruz, Benito Juárez Norte, Benito Juárez Sur, Las Palmas, Las Alondras, Pueblo Nuevo, Vipers, Corazón, Rebeca, Mezquitillo La Curva, Mezquitillo 2, San Rafael.
As well as in the Sindicatura de Baila with 8 communities; Cospita, Jacola, Nicolás Bravo, Las Güeras, Laguna de Canachi, Chiqueritos, Flores Magón, Higueras de Baila.
Then it is followed by the Emiliano Zapata Syndicate with 7 communities Tule, Espinita, Santa Refugio, Bernal, Francisco Villa, Pueblos Unidos, Nuevo Rosario.
The Sindicatura Higueras de Abuya with 5 communities: El Guayabo, Casas Blancas, Santa Refugio, Obispo, Penaltita.
Tacuichamona Syndicate: 1 Las Flores community.
The 17 communities of the Quilá Sindicatura were one of the most affected, where the Colonia Bajío, Los Girasoles, Union, Infonavit La Candelaria, Tamarindera, Santa María, Infonavit Nuevo Ejido, Tierra y Libertad I-II, Libertar I were located. , Libertad II, Caminito, La Reforma, El Melón, El Camalote, New Bear, Old Bear.
Likewise, the Eldorado Non-Syndicate has 2 colonies at risk; Cabecera and Ejido La Flor.
The Sindicatura El Salado 12 communities: Cabecera, Carrizales 1, El Carrizal 2, Los Becos, Monte Verde, La Bebelama, La Higuera, Ranchito de los Burgos, Las Milpas, San Loreto, La Palma, Las Cuevitas.
Culiacancito is also at risk with the Bellavista neighborhood and finally Culiacán in the Loma de Rodríguera area.
The forecast indicates that it will be on Wednesday, starting at 11 in the morning, when the meteorological phenomenon ‘Pamela’, already turned into a hurricane, will make landfall in the municipality of Culiacán, for which Civil Protection prepares 42 shelters for 78 communities in aforementioned flood hazard.
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