The Mexican Army continue applying the DN-III-E Plan to safeguard the integrity of civil society in the states of Tabasco, Veracruz and Yucatan, due to the intense rains that have occurred in that region of the country, reported the Secretary of National Defense.
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In the state of Tabasco, military personnel, in coordination Civil protectionState and municipal authorities established 22 shelters, where a total of 761 people were housed; 47 medical consultations were provided; 157 people were evacuated to safe places; 3 fallen trees were removed; 18 haircuts were made and 400 hot rations of food were distributed.
These works were carried out in support of the population of the municipalities of Teapa, Jalpa de Méndez, Comalcalco, Nacajuca, Jalapa, Macuspana, Cunduacán and Centro, in the state of Tabasco.
The Sedena explained that in Veracruz a shelter was installed with the capacity to serve 200 affected people from the towns of 4 Caminos, Centro, Puebla, Pajaral and El Palmar, in the municipality of Agua Dulce.
In addition, the members of the Mexican Army They cleaned 20 homes, assisted in the rearrangement of furniture, carried out security examinations, removal of debris, clearing of communication routes, and damage assessment.
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Finally, as part of the basic tasks of the Prevention phase of the DN-III-E Plan, and due to the interaction of cold front number 11 and the cloud bands of hurricane “Eta”, in the state of Yucatan deployed 248 soldiers, to carry out safety tours, review the causes of tributaries and evacuation of the population at risk.
These conditions, it was warned, will also affect the states of Veracruz, Puebla, Tabasco, Chiapas, Campeche, Quintana Roo and Oaxaca, so it will keep the DN-III-E Plan to protect the integrity of the population of those entities.
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