70% of the premises of the Culiacán Center are more than 50 years old

Sinaloa.- Faced with the terrible incident where the roof collapsed from a winery of a shoe shop In the center of the city of Culiacán, Sinaloa, located on Ángel Flores street, the Union of Tenants of the Center reiterated that the reviews corresponding in the other premises of the center to avoid tragedies like these.

Óscar Sánchez Beltrán, president of the Union of Tenants, reported that of the more than a thousand premises in the center, 70 percent are very old farms that are more than 50 years old, so they need to be verified by the Civil Protection authorities.

“Mainly those that have more than 50 years of life and that in some way it is necessary to know in what conditions they are unfortunately yesterday with this tragedy that mourns the center’s commerce arises as a result of a property that has more than 50 years is very important to learn from tragedies to learn to correct things. ”

He stated that despite the age of the premises, deep and responsible reviews have not been made of what the conditions of the premises are, however they are not separating themselves from what happened as well as that they are not blaming the authorities.

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But if they are calling for the necessary revisions to be made and together they are aware of the conditions of the shops in order to avoid tragedies such as the one that occurred in the shoe store.

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