In Culiacán, we don’t learn! Tenant leader reproaches lack of supervision after roof collapse in shoe store

Sinaloa.- After the roof collapse of a shoe store in Culiacán, Sinaloa, where one person died, two were injured and one is allegedly still trapped, Óscar Flores, Secretary of Locatarios of Culiacan, reproached the authorities for the lack of property supervision from the center with many years old.

“It seems that in Culiacán we do not learn the lesson, it is very important that tomorrow, the authorities feel, the merchants sit down to discuss this situation, it can no longer continue like this,” Óscar Flores told the media tonight .

The secretary of Culiacán tenants He indicated that around 80 percent of the buildings in the commercial sector of the historic center are more than 50 years old, even 80 years old, whose structures have already been defeated by time.

They reproach lack of supervision after collapse in Culiacán shoe store | Photo: Ricardo Nevárez / Debate

“About 80% of the farms that operate in the Culiacán Shopping Center are more than 50 years old, some even up to 80 years old. What does it mean? That their state of life has already concluded? We are talking about roofs made of brick from concrete, made from very large soils and are not modern and they have already been overcome by time“.

He pointed out that falling tiles have already been reported in the Culiacán Center, and it is the responsibility of Civil protection review the premises and reach agreements with the owners to carry out remodeling.

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“Incidence of falling of some tiles in the center has been reported, it is the responsibility of Civil Protection to supervise most of the premises are rented, so an agreement would have to be reached with the owners to carry out the remodeling, if necessary” .

They reproach lack of supervision after collapse in Culiacán shoe store

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