Residents of Acapulco They assured that due to the lack of water, food and fuel recorded in this port after the passage of Hurricane “Otis”, and which led to theft and robbery of businesses, house robberies are now taking place.
“The robbery has been released and it’s dangerous, even though it’s dangerous because they’ve started robbing houses,” he said. Latin José Mauro Aguilar, a resident of Acapulco, who was in Chilpancingo to stock up on groceries and load fuel.
He explained that many residents of the town where he lives organize to earn money and go to the surrounding towns to look for food.
“We have almost nothing, we have no way to communicate with family members abroad,” he said.
He also explained that at night is the time of ROBBERYso he considered that there should be more surveillance in place.
Residents affected by the passing of “Otis”, which made landfall as a category 5 hurricane, must travel Chilpancingo also to refuel their vehicles.
At the gas station located at Parador del Marques, which is at the southern exit of this city, for a few moments it was reported that there was a shortage of gasoline due to the number of vehicles lined up.
Among those looking for a load of fuel are also travelers who are looking for Acapulco to find their relatives, due to the lack of communication where the port is located due to the lack of telephone and internet service.
According to personnel from National Guard, guarding the entrance to the gas station, they picked up supplies in Iguala to make their journeys.
In addition, they commented that at least 200 elements were deployed Day Highway, where it is now possible to reach Acapulcoafter the damage caused by the typhoon, it was closed on Wednesday.
At the entrance to portIn the neighborhood of Renacimiento and Emiliano Zapata, traffic is heavy because of the situation experienced by the residents. victims.