Andrés Manuel López Obrador stated this Saturday that fortunately no people were injured and so far we can talk about a white balance in Baja California Sur after the passage of the hurricane “Norma.”
In a message published on social networks, the president reported that the typhoon has passed through Los Cabos and only in La Paz was the downpour recorded, but no one lost human life.
Meanwhile, the National Coordination of Civil Protection (CNPC) of the Secretariat of Security and Citizen Protection (SSP), also reported the white balance for now, after the passing of Hurricane “Norma.”
The typhoon continues its path towards Sinaloa, in category 1, leaving damage to roads, interruptions in the supply of electrical energy and problems in communication lines, in addition to the detachment of the roofs of vulnerable building in the municipalities of La Paz, Los Cabos, Comond, Muleg and Loreto, reported the head of the CNPC, Laura Velzquez Alza.
The governor of Baja California Sur, Víctor Castro, and the National Coordinator of Civil Protection informed President Andrés Manuel López Obrador that preliminary reports indicate no loss of human life due to the passage of Hurricane “Norma.”
The head of the CNPC, Laura Velázquez, announced that the Secretariats of National Defense (Sedena), Navy, National Guard (GN) and the National Coordination of Civil Protection (CNPC), along with state and municipal authorities, will begin evaluation tours and distribution of humanitarian aid.
He stated that the emergency response brigades of the Secretariat of Infrastructure, Communications and Transportation (SICT), the National Water Commission (Conagua) and the Federal Electricity Commission (CFE), will begin the repair of highways and roads, as well as the construction of -also the main services of electricity and drinking water.