Navigation in Mazatlán will continue to be closed after hurricane ‘Pamela’

At the third follow-up meeting in response to hurricane ‘Pamela’, the Local Committee for Emergency Attention of Mazatlán announced that until nine in the morning they had accumulated 141 millimeters of precipitation and evaluated the damages that the municipality of Mazatlán presented where there was flooding of some houses, falling trees, power lines or various structures.

The affected areas they were mainly López Mateos, El Toreo, Jacarandas, Bugambilias, and November 20.

The system entered land with a category 1 hurricane, between Mármol and Estación Dimas, north of this city.

The Municipal Civil Protection Coordinator, Eloy Ruiz Gastélum mentioned that throughout the day, personnel from the different municipal agencies and with the support of federal and state authorities, will continue to serve the areas that require it.

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“Mazatlán is calm and with a white balance. The economic activities will be reestablished gradually, the same is the transport service. Tourist activities can be reestablished as long as companies guarantee the safety of their workers ”, mentioned the Civil Protection Coordinator.

He stressed that during the impact, Public Security and Civil Protection personnel provided support to the affected people to leave their homes.

The Harbor Master announced that the Port of Mazatlán will continue to be closed to navigation until it is certain that the swell that is present has passed, and clarified that at noon it authorized the departure of boats to Isla de la Piedra.

In the rural area, damage was only reported to two homes in the Walamo community, which was attended to in a timely manner and support was provided to the affected families.

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