Huaviña villagers on notice for more river flows
The Unmi called the residents to go to high sectors and to move away from the low bank of the rich.
Villagers from Huaviña, Laonzana, Pachica and Hurasiña, are in Iquique, after notice The flow of the Tarapacá River will increase this afternoon due to the rain that is registered in the area.
As a result, the Unmi asked residents to go to high sectors and away from the cemetery, to avoid accidents.
# Tarapacá As a precaution, the community of Loanzana and Huaviña should go up high and off the cemetery.
The same for the Hurasiña sector https://t.co/2MmEtQ1dAR
– onemichile (@ememichile) February 4, 2019
By Twitter Twitter of the Regional Ministerial Secretariat for Transport and Telecommunications in Nharapacá, residents were also informed that They should look for high sectors, as well as keep a distance from the cemetery.
The same entity reports that traffic is broken on the A-475 and A-545 routes.
As a precautionary, residents of Loanzana and Huaviña must climb up high and away from the peat.
℡ Conversion of cutting through flow flow increases
Route A-545 pic.twitter.com/5W0RfeBdjs
– CeremiTT Region of Tarapacá (@ MTTTarapaca) February 4, 2019
– MOP Tarapacá Ceremony (@ MopTarapaca) February 4, 2019