Sinaloa.- The Narco-tunnel that caused a sinkhole in the room Juntas del Humaya. a house in the neighborhood ofIn Culiacan, maintains At least in caps for a family of fourThose whose homes show structural damage.
Officials’ response to the uncertainty they have lived in for years adds a bit of insecurity to the situation they were driving on Tuesday morning on Calle 18 de Fabrero between Cebola and Lechuga.
“The Public Works guy is about to come over to see what they can help us with,” said homeowner Adela Hernandez, where the sinkhole “swallowed” her son, who had fallen asleep in the living room.
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According to the woman, State Public Works Secretary Jose Luis Zavala Cabanillas told her, depending on how the situation was, They will proceed to fill the tunnel.
“If they just come and fill it up, it’s not convenient for me, because if the tunnel is ahead, what they’re going to put in is a plug and then the problem will continue later,” he insisted.
Rocio Hernández’s daughter Guadalupe, whose house has been next to a safe house with a narco-tunnel for nearly 11 years, assured that the state official would let her and her family know everything because of the risk the tunnel represents. ordered.
“That we left the house, that we can’t stay there… But where am I going? It’s too easy to say ‘jump’. Where am I going?” he said.
Leticia Hernandez announced that The drainage system was affected by the tunnel eight years ago, the walls are broken and The foundation has suffered structural damage.
“We never talked about this problem out of fear that something might happen to us, because we don’t know who the people are (narco-tunnel-protected assets),” he admitted.
One of the affected residents of Juntas de Humayá, Rocio Manriquez, said that Zavala Cabanillas went yesterday and told him that work would begin today to trace the route of the tunnel.
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Aid bodies immediately responded to the call in front of the incident that was recorded Tuesday morning at 18 de Fabrero Street, between Cebola and Lechuga, in the Juntas de Humayya neighborhood.
Uncertainty before the authorities
Affected families say that the authorities have not committed to providing a concrete solution, whether temporary or permanent, regarding the tunnel that passes under their homes.
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