translated from Spanish: These are the REFUGES in Rosario

Sinaloa.- Municipal authorities of Rosario, Sinaloa, led this morning an extraordinary session of the Municipal Council of Civil Protection in order to monitor the path of Hurricane “Nora”, category 1. According to the forecast, it would be approaching the coasts of Sinaloa, towards the Sea of Cortez and the Baja California peninsula; although so far it is reported that this meteor would not impact any Sinaloan municipality, according to the latest report, thus leaving only remnants of enough water and wind. The mayor, Mr. Ricardo Núñez Ríos, gave the opening of the session, in which elements of Civil Protection, Municipal Police, National Guard, Medical Services, as well as officials of Public Works, JUMAPARS and Services Porfirio Villanueva, coordinator of Civil Protection, presented a detailed report on the phenomenon that keeps the municipality on yellow alert, and is awaiting update of information, for once entering orange alert, a protocol of evacuation of communities and colonies of low and high risk areas must be initiated. Shelters It was also reported that temporary shelters are already enabled, which are; Cobaes, Lions Club school and Justo Sierra school; so he urged trustees and commissioners, both in the valley area, left bank of the Baluarte River, as well as the mountain area, to be attentive and in coordination for any contingency that may arise. Representatives of the National Guard made available 36 elements and 4 vehicles; while CFE staff communicated by telephone with the municipal president to inform that they are already ready to attend to mishaps in our municipality. To the general population, a call is made to stay sheltered at home, with a supply of non-perishable food, water, canned food, among others; In addition, the inhabitants of a risk area are urged to, if an evacuation is necessary, not to put their lives at risk and to comply with the recommendations, as well as to have their important documentation at hand and under plastic protection. It was also added that they are already in communication with CONAGUA, for the activation of pumps that help the release of low-lying areas. In this sense, the mayor declared that the Municipal Council is on alert and ready to attend to the population before the possible effects that could be presented by this hydrometeorological phenomenon. “We are in total coordination to attend before, during and after the remnants of ‘”Nora” by our municipality; however, we must be attentive to the official information that is being generated during the next few hours, since these phenomena have no word and may present variations or modifications in the trajectory, “he said. Read more: Hurricane Nora, the first municipalities in Sinaloa to feel its strength will be Mazatlan, Escuinapa and El Rosario. Governor of Colima shows first effects by Hurricane Nora

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