Puerto Vallarta residents and vacationers began to resume their usual activities this Wednesday after not having been affected by the passage of Hurricane Willa.
From the first hours of the day, people arrived at the Malecón to perform physical activity, walk, take some photographs and ride bicycles while municipal government staff was in charge of removing debris that was dragged by the waves on Tuesday.
The employees of restaurants and other commercial establishments along the Malecon in front of the beach were in charge of removing the barricades that had been installed as a security measure, resuming their operations after having remained closed for a whole day.
In the case of hotels, whose guests had to spend the night in a shelter due to the preventive evacuation ordered by the authorities, they also opened their doors and registered regular operations.
The general secretary of the municipality of Puerto Vallarta, Víctor Bernal, said that they carry out monitoring work on the streets of the municipality as a preventive measure against possible rains and ruled out any effect on the city or on individuals.
Personnel of the municipality of Puerto Vallarta carry out tours to check the drainage system and remove garbage from the streets that was dragged by the rain last night.
Personnel of civil protection and firemen were in charge of the inspection of water level at local rivers and waterways, although no risk was reported in any of them and it is expected that before noon the State Civil Protection unit will know the final results of Willa and its consequences in Jalisco.
Photo by Víctor Hugo Ornelas
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