There are no injuries in the fire at the CDMX Center: Myriam Urzúa

There are no injuries in the fire at the CDMX
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The head of the Secretariat of Comprehensive Risk Management and Civil Protection of Mexico City, Myriam Urzúa, took a tour in the area of fire in the Centro neighborhood of the country's capital.

After collecting information on the development of the work of the emergency services in the fire, the head of the capital's Civil Protection gave the details of the fire.

This fire started around 4:05 in the afternoon, this was in Plaza Oasis which is on Florida and Peña y Peña streets in the central neighborhood of the Cuauhtémoc mayor's office, at that time what was done in a manner The immediate evacuation was about 500 people, 300 of them were residents who were inside the Plaza and some people who were around this place,” said the official.

In the evacuation After the fire, students from a secondary school located next to the shopping plaza were also evacuated, this as a preventive measure. He also noted that more than a thousand people have been protected around the fire.

Fire lasts more than five hours active

Miriam Urzúa He noted that emergency teams are still working at the scene.

All the emergency services are working in this place, especially the Heroic Fire Department who have entered precisely to put out this fire,” he said.

Firefighters from 8 stations in Mexico City They are the ones who arrived to attack this fire supported by firefighters from municipalities in the State of Mexico such as Ecatepec, Naucalpan, Nezahualcóyotl, Chalco and La Paz.

The head of the SGIRPC commented that until now No injuries were reported, only one intoxicated firefighter. Regarding the fire, he said that it is contained and hard work is being done to put it out as quickly as possible.

He cordoning is in a four block radiuss by the capital police this with the purpose of protecting the integrity of the neighbors in addition to guaranteeing the rapid response of the emergency services.

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