60 Duranguenses are stranded in Acapulco
In the state of Guerrero there are around 60 Duranguenses stranded in Acapulco after the passage of Hurricane Otisso an operation is being prepared to go after them by air or land.
Governor Esteban Villegas Villarreal reiterated his support for the people who are going through this situation and asked them to remain calm.
He stressed that he has already had communication with the authorities of that entity, since some signals are beginning to be restored.
Let's hope that with the work being done by the Federal Electricity Commission (CFE) and the Ministry of Communications and Transportation (SCT), communication can be reactivated and we can know exactly what we are talking about, the good thing is that no one has been reported. death, nor any disappearance and that is what keeps us calm,” he noted.
He maintained that the brothers of Acapulco, Guerrero, will be supported with the opening of Collection Centers, through the General Secretariat of Government, Civil Protection and in coordination with federal, state and municipal corporations.
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Esteban Villegas Villarreal highlighted that starting this Friday the food collection in the Plaza de Armas to get them to the affected people.
As an immediate response to the emergency caused by Hurricane “Otis”, different points in the entity will be established to collect supplies in order to provide them to those who lost their belongings, the president said when expressing solidarity with the state of Guerrero.
The governor invited citizens to support with groceries in the collection centers that will be announced by the official accounts of the state government, as well as the type of products that are required, so that they can arrive in good condition when transported to Acapulco Guerrero.
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