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Hurricane shelters in Cabo

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School as temporary shelters

Loads of hurricane shelters have been set up across Baja California Sur to deal with evacuations in the wake of Hurricane Newton.  

 

There are already at least 56 temporary hostels ready for operation -  18 in Los Cabos, 15 in La Paz, 10 in Loreto, 3 in Mulege and 10 more in Comondú. More will be set up if necessary. Transport trucks are available to safely move families to shelters.

 

So, if you live in Cabo San Lucas, your local shelters are: Primary State of Campeche, Primary Felipe de Jesus Pedroza, Primary Paula Olachea Montejano, Primary Jacinto Rochin Pino, Secondary Technical # 14 and CECYTE # 4.


And if you live in San Jose del Cabo, your  shelters will be in the following schools: Primary State of Campeche, Primary Felipe de Jesus Pedroza, Primary Paula Olachea Montejano, Primary Jacinto Rochin Pino, Secondary Technical # 14 and CECYTE # 4.


In the north, the  shelters are Alfredo Green in Miraflores , The House Day in the La Ribera , while in the area of Santiago, the Constituents of Queretaro School  in Santaigo.


Evacuations are voluntary. But any families in high risk areas will be expected to follow official advice from the authorities to avoid unnecessary risks. 


An extra 110 members of the Federal Police arrived to Los Cabos yesterday to help with any necessary evacuation efforts and to guarantee the safety of the people in BCS.


Photos - Cabovision, BCS noticias
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