Nuevo Laredo / 12.08.2021 08:51:05
The Directorate of Civil Protection and Firefighters (PCyB) He urged citizens to refrain from entering and stay away from the Rio Grande, because it is above its normal level with the recent rains.
Joel Silva Pulido, coordinator of Hospital Services of the agency, pointed out that although there is no risk of it leaving the flow, it does carry strong currents and branches, which can easily drag a person.
“The only risk is that it is overgrown and the recommendation to the population is the same as always, not to go into the river, for migrants to refrain from trying to cross and for fishermen to exercise caution when casting nets down the current carried by the river”, Indian.
He said that although in the city at the moment there is no forecast of rain, upriver on the side of the neighboring country to the north, there is precipitation, which runs off to the flow of the Bravo.
He added that the Civil Protection Directorate constantly monitors the behavior of the flow that leads the channel.
The department keeps an eye on the river, to prevent any incident that puts the integrity of the citizenry at risk.