Culiacán.- Product of the first rain of the season, three trees fell from the central median on Francisco I. Madero Boulevard, at the height of the Miguel Hidalgo neighborhood in Culiacán, Sinaloa.

City Hall staff is carrying out work to detach arms from fallen trees due to the rain. Road Agents is supporting the surveillance and control of road traffic.

During the afternoon-night of Thursday, an intense rain broke out in Culiacán that left a large part of the city without electricity, including the Issste hospital.

In addition, various car accidents were reported in different parts of the city caused by the water currents that formed inside Culiacán.

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The City Council of the Sinaloa capital and Sinaloa Civil Protection immediately activated the “CASA AMIGA DIF VALLADO” shelter to help anyone who needs shelter during the night.

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