Puerto Vallarta (PVDN) - Adjacent to the Cuale River, two new structures are being erected, much to the concern of locals. This construction site was scrutinized by Enrique Alfaro, the Governor of Jalisco, two years prior, when it was revealed to have contributed to a devastating accident during Hurricane Nora. In the wake of the hurricane, dozens of tires used for landfill alongside the river were swept into the Cuale River bed, creating a dam that led to erosion beneath a building. Tragically, this erosion resulted in the building's collapse, claiming the life of an 11-year-old boy . . .
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