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Tuesday, September 17 2019 @ 09:03 pm EDT

3,000 Cut Off By Mudslides in El Valle

WeatherLA MESA, Coclé - At least 3,000 people living in five communities in the mountainous area of ​​El Valle have been affected by landslides that have occurred in the area. Jose Ángel Robira, the coordinator of the National Civil Protection System (Sinaproc) in El Valle, said the cold front that is affecting Colon has also caused damage in the province of Cocle. According to Robira, rains have caused landslides and strong winds have knocked down several trees, pulling down power lines. La Mesa, Río Indio and Jordanal, among other communities, seek help from the authorities to remove the mud and rocks from the roadway, which is preventing vehicular passage. Area authorities are coordinating with the Ministry of Public Works to remove debris from the roadway between Rio Indio and La Mesa in El Valle. (Prensa)

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