The director of the National Risk Management Unit Eduardo José González He said that the Ideam informed him that the Bonnie storm is moving away from the Island of San Andrés and the archipelagos of Santa Catalina and Providencia.
Gonzalez said, “andl Ideam has given us all the information on what has happened today and in the next few hours”,adding that in the graphs you can see as the tropical storm moves away from San Andrés and Providencia.
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About seven o’clock this Friday night it was reported that the storm was 150 kilometers away, at eight o’clock at night it was over 250 kilometers and it is expected that around one in the morning the forecast is that it will be 300 kilometers away of the island.
Eduardo José González also reported that “All the agencies that were ready in this unified command post, PMU, will continue to be coordinated since there is a chance that a new storm could develop, which is rising, and which they will be monitoring during the next few hours.”
“We have done a monitoring and a report of the different entities of the Maritime Directorate, of Aerocivil, who reported that all flights remained normal today except for some flights to Providencia because they have to be done visually. The Colombian Red Cross, the Civil Defense, the firefighters of Colombia, the Ministry of Health, the National Navy, the Army, the Police, the Air Force and all the entities of the Departmental National Risk System headed by the Governor and Mr. Mayor, we have not had any risk, we have not had any loss of life or injuries,” the Director of the National Risk Management Unit Eduardo José González.