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The mayor of Cartagena asks for caution and caution in the evolution of the cold drop in Cartagena (12/09/2019)

The mayor of Cartagena, Ana Belén Castejón, has reported that, until the morning of Thursday, September 12, there have been no significant incidents in the municipality.

Even so, he wanted to send a caution message in the coming hours, where official weather information channels predict that the rains could be especially intense.

He has also requested that citizens be informed of the evolution of time through official channels, such as 112, Civil Protection, Local Police, Firefighters or the State Meteorological Agency.

To prevent possible incidents caused by the cold drop, there will be reinforcement of local police officers in Cartagena in areas with greater risk of flooding, such as the Rambla de La Azohía, Punta Brava, La Aljorra, the hamlets of La Mina, Media Sala, the Siphon Road and Strait Well.

Likewise, there will be six off-road cars that would help evacuate people who live in the coastal areas of the Mar Menor or the western part of Cartagena, which are usually at risk from heavy rains.

There are local police and fire brigades prepared if necessary to act throughout the municipality.

All the measures to be taken in this episode of cold drop have been agreed in a crisis Cabinet that met on the afternoon of Wednesday, September 11.

In it, members of the Government Delegation in the Region of Murcia and the Autonomous Community of the Region of Murcia participated to coordinate the actions.

The mayor of Cartagena, Ana Belén Castejón, wanted to send a message of tranquility to the deployed device while warning that from this noon heavy rains can occur, which would lengthen throughout the afternoon.

“I would ask the citizens a lot of caution when leaving home.

It is important that we take all precautionary measures ”said Castejón.

Regarding the incidents that occurred on Wednesday, September 11, it is worth mentioning the eviction of motorhomes stationed on the Rambla de La Azohía and a road cut due to water accumulation in Los Urrutias and El Albujón, which have been reopened to traffic, according to has informed the mayor of Cartagena, Ana Belén Castejón.

Source: Ayuntamiento de Cartagena

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