24 hours to survive? They warn for 24 hours without water in ÁO colonies

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Mayor's office Alvaro Obregon warned that starting at 9:00 p.m. this Tuesday, 15 colonies will be left without supply of drinking water for 24 hours.

The affected colonies will be:

  • Belén de las Flores, Las Palmas, State of Hidalgo, State Expansion of Hidalgo, Aqueduct part Cove, Vasco de Quiroga, La Mexicana, María G. de García Ruíz, Arturo Martínez, Paraíso, Liberales de 1957, La Conchita, Zenón Delgado, First and second section forests and Lomas de Becerra.

The reason is that the Mexico City Water System will perform work to replace the 36-inch diameter discharge valve on the Palo Alto tank.

"With the purpose that the neighbors who will be affected take the necessary precautions,” the demarcation indicated.


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