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Mega leak leaves Culiacan without water

The repair work has already begun, however, due to the difficulty of access to the area where the damage was reported, the water shutoff could be maintained until tonight and early Tuesday morning. 

Culiacán, Sinaloa.- A week of intense work began by the Potable Water and Sewerage Board of Culiacán, due to a mega leak in a conduction line that left around 90 neighborhoods in the southwestern area without service.

According to a Japac press release, the fault occurred in the line that goes down from the San Lorenzo tank to the Nakayama tank, behind the Colinas del Bosque subdivision, in an area of ​​difficult access. 

Japac staff is already working on the repair, but due to the complicated terrain, it is estimated that the work will last more than 12 hours, so the population is asked for patience. 

It also indicates that due to this, the colonies that are between Obregón and Bachigualato and from México 68 to Campo El Diez will remain without service until Tuesday morning. 

Some of the affected areas are Domingo Rubí, Plutarco Elías Calles, Barrancos, Nakayama, Los Arcos, Villa Verde, Jardines Del Valle, Las Estancias, Bugambilias, Bachigualato, Campo El Diez, among others.

The unit asks for citizen understanding and makes available the Aquatel 073 as well as the WhatsApp service 6671000406; It also informs that it will have water pipes available in case of emergencies.

Source: lineadirectaportal.com

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