Without an audience, the Cry of Independence is celebrated in Ahome, Sinaloa

Los Mochis, Sinaloa.- The sound of the bell of Independence, followed by the sirens of the aid corps and security corporations is like the substitute municipal president of Ahome, Juan Fierro, shouted Long live Mexico! on the balcony of the municipal palace.

In the esplanade there was no public as traditionally was done, it was the elements of the National Guard, Municipal Public Security, Civil Protection and Municipal Medical Emergency Services of Ahome (SUMMA), who attended to replicate the cry of Independence in this municipality.

The municipal president, Juan Fierro, was accompanied by special guests from the 89th Infantry Battalion, the Topolobampo Port Captaincy, the Mexican Navy Secretariat and first-level municipal officials.

In order for the Ahomenses to be part of this great Mexican festival, the traditional cry of Independence was transmitted through the social networks of the Ahome City Council, EL DEBATE and different local media.

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It should be noted that this difference in the celebration occurs to avoid crowding of people and contribute to the health measures established by the health authorities in the face of the Covid-19 pandemic.

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