7 municipalities are declared in emergency due to the effects of hurricane “Nora” in Jalisco

Guadalajara Jalisco.- For the effects left by the Hurricane “Nora” and torrential rains in the state of Jalisco, this Monday, the government of the republic carried out the declaration of emergency a seven municipalities of the entity, in order to access support for its recovery after natural phenomena.

It was through the Official Gazette of the Federation that a response to the request made from the August 26 and September 3 on the part of the state’s governor, Enrique Alfaro Ramírez, so that the localities affected by the category one hurricane have access to federal resources.

The municipalities that will be able to access the Program for Attention to Emergencies due to Natural Hazards are: due to severe rain, strong winds and river flooding on August 28 to Cihuatlán, La Huerta, Autlán de Navarro, Cabo Corrientes, Talpa de Allende and Tomatlán.

Likewise, the municipality of Vallarta Port It will also access the resources after the effects suffered by the natural phenomenon but unlike the first six, the Jalisco tourist destination as well the 29th is added as the date that it presented damages.

Within the publication, it is clearly established that the determination of the emergency declaration is made with the priority of meet the immediate needs of the affected population, are in order to safeguard your life and health.

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It should be noted that it was since September 4 that the National Civil Protection Commission, requested the National Water Commission (Conagua), the corresponding Technical Opinion in order to issue the emergency declaration.

They shave off a woman’s hair for stealing from a street market in Guadalajara (Source: Juan Díaz)


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