The Cuale River overflowed again in Puerto Vallarta

Once again the Cuale River, which crosses the heart of Puerto Vallarta, overflowed again, less than 48 hours after it overflowed for the first time in 50 years.

Tuesday nights overflow occurred around 11:00 pm and wreaked havoc in the Paso Ancho colony, as well as once again in Buenos Aires and Emiliano Zapata, in the heart of the city.

Road traffic on both vehicle bridges of the Cuale River have been kept closed, as well as access to the island in the city of the center.

The first overflow of the river was caused by the passing of Tropical Depression Narda which has left river levels high and grounds saturated, adding to the concern of an increase in Dengue which has reached record levels this year.


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