Evelyn Salgado reported that the number of deaths in Guerrero due to Otis increased to 43

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Through her social networks, the governor of Guerrero, Evelyn Salgado Pineda, presented a new update on the number of people killed by the Hurricane Otisin which he revealed that the number of victims due to this natural phenomenon increased to 43.

Of this total, the state president said that 33 are men and 10 women, she also said that 58 percent of the electrical energy has been restored in the port of Acapulco, and the service is already reaching neighborhoods in the urban area and roads. main.

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In this report that he provided on his official X account (formerly Twitter), The governor highlighted that Escénica Avenue was 100% free and the Metlapil viaduct was enabled to Boulevard de Las Unidas. on its four lanes, as well as the second lane towards Llano Largo.

Pipes distribute water to the population

In her statement, Evely Salgado noted that 21 water pipes with a capacity of 10,000 liters each, brought by the state government and operated by the Guerrero Drinking Water, Sewage and Sanitation Commission, distribute the vital liquid in neighborhoods of the periphery.

They have been intense days of permanent work, without rest and with the sole objective of recovering our Acapulco. “We are making progress in the efficient distribution of humanitarian aid, providing the relevant support and advancing in the restoration of services,” she expressed on the social network.

Finally, it was announced that the Ministry of Welfare To date, 10,468 families have been censused in Acapulco and Coyuca de Benítez.

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