They stop filling works in the Estero de Chac wetland; They admit it was "human error"

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After the complaints from the inhabitants of Bacalar, this Saturday the Secretary of National Defense (Sedena) stopped the work of fill in the wetland estuary of Chacsouth of the state of Quintana Roo.

The representative of the Sedena, Rodolfo Elizondo, went to the place and confirmed that deal of a "human error”, since the filling of said area was not foreseen.

Yesterday images of explosions in the estuary of Chacin the municipality of Othon P. Blanco, as part of the construction works of the Mayan Train.

In this way, the Sedena workers removed the pipe that was being installed in the estuary to continue the work of stuffed.

The dissenters pointed out that wetland estuary of Chac It is vital for the entry of different species into the system lagoon of bacalar and the filling could even cause the change of tonality of the water.

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