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The Manzanares River overflowed in Sucre

They order to reinforce action by Firefighters and Civil Protection for damage assessment and mitigation as well as medical care and delivery of supplies

Early this Tuesday, the Manzanares River overflowed in the Montes municipality of Sucre state as a result of the intense rains generated by the passage of Hurricane Beryl through the east of the country, prompting orders to reinforce support actions to address the emergency. . The information was offered by the Sectoral Vice President for Citizen Security and Peace, Remigio Ceballos Ichaso, in your account on the social network X.

“As a result of heavy rains after the passage of the hurricane BERYL the Manzanares River overflowed in Mun. Montes, Edo Sucre. We have activated Civil Protection and Firefighters reinforcements. By order of President @NicolasMaduro, emergency logistical support is reinforced,” Ceballos published on the social network.

In this regard, the Minister of Interior Relations, Justice and Peace also pointed out that these reinforcements include medical care, as well as the supply of medicines, food, drinking water, and household goods. Furthermore, for guarantee the protectionIn the town of Sucre, reinforcements of Firefighters and Civil Protection personnel were ordered for analysis, damage evaluation and mitigation work.

“We are active, ready and willing to serve the population,” reiterated Civil Protection, reported AVN.

For their part, members of the Bolivarian National Police (PNB) have rescued several residents affected by the flooding of the Manzanares River, the Ministry of Interior Relations reported in its account in X.

Active National Risk System

This Sunday it was reported that President Nicolás Maduro activated the National Risk Alert Management System to prevent eventualities derived from the rains that Hurricane Beryl may generate as it passes through the Caribbean Sea.

In this regard, Vice President Delcy Rodríguez highlighted that although the hurricane would not directly impact the country, the SNGR was active to prevent and respond to any incident due to rain. She also called for “prevention and awareness.”

Likewise, the Venezuelan Government also activated the International Management System to provide support to other countries that could be affected.

This Monday in his program “Con Maduro +”, the head of state confirmed that they are closely monitoring the passage of Hurricane Beryl near the country.

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