CDMX firefighters and other crews go with help to Acapulco
By instruction of the head of government, Marti Batresteams specialized in care emergencies of the government of Mexico City, They will move this day to the state of Warriorto attend to and support the government of that entity to face the havoc left by the passage of the Hurricane Otis, that early this day he entered through the Port of Acapulcowith hurricane force magnitude five, the highest on the Saffir-Simpson scale.
Crews specialized in emergency care “are moving there, starting today,” the capital's president stated on his X account (formerly Twitter).
Batres Guadarrama announced that, this morning, during the meeting of the Security and Justice Cabinet, he instructed the areas of the Secretariats of Comprehensive Risk Management and Civil Protection, Works and Citizen Securityas well as the body of Firefighters, ERUM and the Mexico City Water Systemso that the necessary support can operate, “for our brothers and sisters in the state of Guerrero, due to the effects of Hurricane Otis,” he indicated on that social network.
“At the meeting of the Security and Justice Cabinet I instructed that the areas of @SGIRPC_CDMX, @SOBSECDMX, @Bomberos_CDMX, @SacmexCDMX, @SSC_CDMX and #Erum, operate the necessary support for our brothers and sisters of the State of @Gob_Guerrero, who “They are suffering the effects of Hurricane Otis,” wrote Batres.
Likewise, personnel from the Group of Task Force, Zorros, and other SSC groups, They will leave this day for Guerrero, in support of those affected by Hurricane Otis. This was announced by the Chief of Police, Pablo Vázquez Camacho.
The official stated on his social networks that the capital's police "remain attentive and ready at all times to serve Mexico."
The powerful Cyclone Otis has been losing strength after making landfall in the vicinity of Acapulco, which woke up without electricity, telephone or internet, and with severe damage, reported President Andrés Manuel López Obrador in his morning conference.
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