Rains recorded in the mountainous area of Puerto Vallarta have caused rivers and streams to increase their flow, said Adrián Bobadilla, head of the Municipal Civil Protection Unit.
Bobadilla said that the increase in water levels of local rivers keep the unit on alert. He said that there is constant monitoring of the rivers Mascota and Ameca in Puerto Vallarta, as well as the river Los Horcones in the neighboring municipality of Cabo Corrientes.
Adrián Bobadilla mentioned that he also maintains communication with the State Civil Protection and Fire Protection Unit Jalisco (UEPCyBJ), who have departments and monitoring in much of the basins. He argued that units have done as much as possible and detailed that more rain is expected for the region, so they continue to monitor the situation.
Written by: Javier Santos – Radio UdeG Puerto Vallarta / Edited and Translated by PVDN
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