The Marine Secretary (Semar) reported that 6,764 elements were deployed by naval forces with the support of 34 ships and boats, 99 support vehicles, 13 ambulances, seven helicopters, four mobile kitchens, five water treatment plants, and a tortilla maker in Baja California Sur and Sinaloa to deal with the effects left by the storm norm.
The institution indicated that there are 173 emergency response elements belonging to the Naval Civil Protection Unit to provide support to the population.
In the case of the Naval Region of La Paz, Baja California Sur, the Marine Plan continued in its recovery phase, and support was provided to the civilian population in local settlements. Similarly, an interceptor patrol sailed to San Evaristo, BCS, in support of the delivery of 100 food supplies, 20 mats, 43 hygiene kits, 10 packets of water, and a 50-liter canister of gasoline.
In addition, six people were evacuated in the town of “Ejido Chametla,” and support was given to two people of English nationality who evacuated their boats. Tours are being conducted to assess the damage.
The Navy reported that an emergency was taken care of at the fiscal dock to save a 68-year-old man of Argentine nationality who was on board a sailboat.
Regarding the Naval Zone in Cabo San Lucas, Baja California Sur, support was provided to a hospital, and five evacuations were carried out. Similarly, support was given to the Government House by unloading 500 food supplies, 350 mats, and 2,500 blankets. In addition, Municipal Public Security personnel were supported by removing four vehicles and four tons of material blocking various roads.
Regarding the Naval Region of Mazatlán, Sinaloa, the Marine Plan remains in its relief phase, monitoring meteorological conditions to make a more timely assessment of the effects.
In the same way, 2 thousand food supplies and 16 thousand liters of bottled water found by the said Naval Command were mobilized to be distributed to the population in conjunction with the National Civil Protection Coordination.