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Orinoco and Caroní rivers maintain normal levels

The permanence of the green alert in both flows is monitored 24 hours a day

After the latest report offered this Tuesday by Bolívar Civil Protection, the Orinoco and Caroní rivers maintain their levels with total normality below the yellow or red alert indicators that the institution manages.

The permanence of the green alert in both rivers is monitored 24 hours a day by the regional risk committee team, who at their three distant measurement points monitor the situation in real time.

It was learned that with a monitored reference from three distant measurement points, the Orinoco River showed its level in the Angostura del Orinoco municipality (Ciudad Bolívar) at 14.04 meters above sea level, this measurement being considered a green alert, since the magnitude of cataloging a red alert at that same point is 18,00 (masl).

In the case of the Palúa Pier, in the Caroní municipality (Ciudad Guayana), the river rose 5 centimeters this Monday, reaching 8,58 meters above sea level.

In the Cedeño municipality (Caicara del Orinoco), the measurement showed 32,31 meters above sea level, about five centimeters more than the report given yesterday by Civil Protection, an area that still remains on green alert, because the established red alert level is 35,00 .XNUMX masl.

The situation is not very different in the Caroní River, since it remains at 9,26 meters above sea level, with the barrier of 12,50 meters above sea level being the level for red alert.

Before this report, Bolívar Civil Protection officials reported that the entire regional risk committee remains attentive to any eventuality, which is why they invited the population to report any situation.

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