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Mirandino executive sent humanitarian aid to Sucre

Governor Héctor Rodríguez indicated that two ambulances, five tankers, ambulance cars, six 4x4 patrols, four motorcycles and two rescue vehicles were sent.

The Miranda state government sent more than a ton of non-perishable food, 200 mattresses, 2 disposable diapers and 100 pairs of plastic boots to help care for people affected by the overflowing of the Manzanares River in the state of Sucre.

This was reported by the Mirandino governor, Héctor Rodríguez, who indicated that also, as part of this humanitarian aid, two ambulances, five tankers, ambulance cars, six 4×4 patrols, four motorcycles and two rescue vehicles were sent, as well as more of 100 people of the highest technical level.

“We are sending the Civil Protection team, Firefighters (…) They are leaving with an ambulance bus (…) The people of Sucre can count on all our solidarity, with our hug,” Rodríguez expressed through a press release.

Six communities of the Cumanacoa parish of the Montes municipality, in the state of Sucre, were flooded after the Manzanares River overflowed, as a result of the torrential rains recorded in the region early this Tuesday, July 2, due to the passage of Hurricane Beryl.

The Bolivarian Government remains deployed in the area to assist the affected families. President Nicolás Maduro reported that as of Tuesday, three people had died.

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