Citizen Security Organizations maintain control in the face of heavy rainfall in the country

Citizen Security Organizations maintain control in the face of heavy rainfall in the country

The Citizen Security agencies maintain control, alert and direct attention in all the affected states, especially in the Macuto sector in the state of La Guaira, where there was a strong flow of water from the El Cojo ravine due to heavy rainfall.

This was reported by the Sectoral Vice President for Citizen Security and Peace, A/J Remigio Ceballos Ichasothrough a telephone contact with the 360 ​​program broadcast by Venezolana de Televisión.

“There was a preventive action by the state of La Guaira together with the governor, José Alejandro Terán and the entire Civil Protection and Fire Department team, they evacuated the families in the three buildings that suffered some damage, among these materials,” Ceballos Ichaso specified.

The also Minister for Interior Relations, Justice and Peace explained that seven damages were recorded in vehicles and they are constantly monitoring the San Julián ravine, located in Caraballeda.

Given the above, he stressed that all the machinery is deployed and the officials make all the necessary effort to restore the damage caused.

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Likewise, the A/J Remigio Ceballos announced that heavy rains have continued in the last hours in the El Castaño de Aragua sector, but the situation is under control due to the work carried out in Las Tejerías.

“In all these streams, the recovery, cleaning and removal work that we have carried out on the precise instructions of President Nicolás Maduro and the planned action of our Executive Vice President, Delcy Rodríguez, is advancing,” he stressed.

On the other hand, he pointed out that on the Caracas-Valencia highway (Tazón), at Kilometer 14 there are machinery, while on Trunk 9 of the Miranda state, the authorities carry out monitoring, as well as in Anzoátegui, “from Cupira to Caucagua they are solving and assisting citizens to restore traffic.”

He recalled that in the Catuche ravine located in the Capital City, on Thursday, October 27, there was a strong flow of water, however the levels did not exceed, given the cleaning that was carried out. “At the national level the cloudiness remains, there have been climatic events that come from the east as a result of this trough we have had.”


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