translated from Spanish: These damages have left so far

This Saturday Hurricane Nora made landfall in category 1 in the states of Colima, Jalisco and Nayarit, leaving in its wake some affectations due to the gusts of wind and rains that caused the growth of the causes of water, for which these entities have issued a red alert. Preliminarily after the passage of Hurricane Nora in Jalisco, the state government reported that support work has begun in cooperation with the three levels of government in order to safeguard the integrity of all Jalisco. Among the first affectations registered, in the municipality of Cihuatlán according to the reports of the municipal president, Fernando Martínez around 500 homes have been damaged by the overflow of the Arroyo El Pedregal in the towns of San Patricio, Melaque and Villa Obregón.The Jalisco government stressed that so far no human losses have been reported due to the intense rains recorded. At the moment the state has deployed 98 elements of Civil Protection Secretariat of Security, in addition to 27 vans, 5 motor bombs, 6 pipes, 4 rescue units and other vehicles to help residents at risk. In the state of Nayarit, the Secretariat of Security and Citizen Protection and the SCT Center reported that the rains caused by Hurricane Nora have so far left fallen trees, on the bearing surface on the road to Tepic to Puerto Vallarta 54 + 200.While in the subsection of kilometer 118 + 000 to 137 + 000 the aforementioned road is found with several fallen trees due to strong gusts of wind, which will be removed once the winds drop. In Michoacán, Hurricane Nora caused some damage to its passage according to preliminary data from Civil Protection, in the resort of Villa Dorada there was a fall from a fence, allegedly as a result of the waves caused by the hurricane. In addition, the overflow of the Chuquipan River was reported, which led the municipal government of Lázaro Cárdenas to open two shelters to safeguard the inhabitants in the facilities of Conalep and the Library of Guacamayas.De according to the latest report of the National Water Commission, Hurricane Nora of category 1 is until tonight 32 kilometers southwest of San Blas, Nayarit and 85 kilometers northwest of the port of Jalisco as it heads towards the state of Sinaloa.Read more: LIVE: All about Hurricane ‘Nora’ on the Mexican Pacific coastNora maintains maximum sustained winds of 120 km / h and it is expected that in the coming hours during the last hours of tonight and early Sunday morning leave rains of up to 250 millimeters in Colima, Jalisco, Michoacán and Nayarit and rainfall sources up to 150 mm Guerrero and Sinaloa and Baja California Sur. Governor of Colima shows first effects by Hurricane Nora

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