About 200 people are opposed to evacuating the risk zone of Cerro del Chiquihuite

September 12, 2021 by archyde

About 200 people are opposed to evacuating the risk zone of Cerro del Chiquihuite Tlalnepantla.- About 200 people who lived in at least 92 houses who were notified before a Public Notary by Civil Protection, who live in a risk area they have not left their homes.

About 200 people are opposed to evacuating the risk zone of Cerro del Chiquihuite

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For this reason, the municipal president Raciel Perez Cruz today reiterated the call to the citizens of the area of detachment to move to the shelters, since it is necessary so that the emergency personnel of the three orders of government can stabilize the area and guarantee the minimum safety conditions for rescuers to carry out search actions for three people who have not been located.

Raciel Pérez explained that “at no time have the work stopped” and asked citizens do not panic and divide the inhabitants of this community.

Until this Sunday there are 76 people who have come to the shelters, but it is necessary that the area that covers about a thousand meters around, where approximately 125 houses are located, be evacuated in its entirety.

“The shelters are properly installed, there is enough food, beds, tables and a unit has been arranged to transport families,” said the municipal president.

Acknowledged the support received by the governments of the State of Mexico and Federal, but it is necessary that in a coordinated manner a mechanism be found to solve the problem of families living in high-risk areas, such as the Cerro del Chiquihuite.

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