Although they helped lower ozone concentrations in the capital, and raise the Environmental Contingencyvarious parts of the CDMX were under water or ice, after they were recorded from waterspouts to hailstorms, with the strongest in Azcapotzalco, Cuauhtemoc Y Miguel Hidalgo.
And it is that at first the forecast was only due to electrical activity and isolated rains, after a high pressure system maintained atmospheric stability and without wind the Metropolitan Area of the Valley of Mexicoalthough later there were from heavy rains to storms.
Given this, even the Metro Collective Transportation System (STC) alerted the capitals due to the slow progress of their trains on the 11 active lines, while through social networks users reported from “waterfalls” to flooding inside the station The rosary of the line 7 of the CDMX Metro, as it had not happened for a few months.
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Likewise, at night the Secretariat of Comprehensive Risk Management and Civil Protection (SGIRPC) indicated that until around 9:00 p.m., around 13 floodings were recorded, as well as the fall of eight trees, most of them in the Azcapotzalco mayor’s office.
This, after in the afternoon he activated the Yellow Alert by rains for 8 municipalities, including Azcapotzalco, which was later updated to nine, leaving 7 in Yellow Alert and putting Azcapotzalco and Miguel Hidalgo in Orange alert.
So the effects
Through their social networks, both Civil Protection and the CDMX firefighters They reported attending to at least 13 puddles in the north and center of CDMX, nine of these in Azcapotzalco, especially towards the El Rosario area, on the border with Mexicoanother two in Miguel Hidalgo, and several others in Cuauhtémoc, where, together with the first, they asked the authorities for help to remove the water and ice that accumulated inside the houses.
As for trees, eight were treated, three in Azcapotzalco, and the other four in Coyoacán, Cuauhtémoc, Gustavo A. Madero, Iztacalco, Iztapalapa and Tlalpan, with no injuries reported, as well as three branches, in the GAM and Iztapalapa.
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To these is added the fall of a dome inside the Xochináhuac Market, in Azcapotzalco, where the Firefighters removed about 20 sheets to reduce risks, while apparently the building was already empty.
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