4 public transport units set on fire in less than 48 hours in Acapulco – El Sol de México

At least 4 public transport units were set on fire by unknown men in the last 48 hours from this weekend in AcapulcoWarrior.

This Sunday morning a collective taxi brand Nissan type Sentra was burned in Renaissance City, on the outskirts of Acapulco. Around 8 in the morning, neighbors alerted the authorities that between Ejido Playa and Ejido Nuxco streets, near the Renacimiento motel, a white and yellow drive unit was consumed by fire.

Another accident was reported at 6 p.m. on Saturday, when armed men They set fire to a taxi Volkswagen, on 2 de Abril Street in the Cumbres de Figueroa neighborhood.

He second fire What happened on Saturday in the suburban area of ​​the port, shortly before 9 p.m., on Playa Seca Street in the Libertadores neighborhood, two Tsuru-type Nissan cars were consumed by flames when they were parked near a business. clothes.

Elements of Civil Protection and Firefighters of Acapulco carried out the tasks to put out and control the fire in all three events.

They arrived at the place police corporations, who They cordoned off the area to avoid any mishap. with motorists and pedestrians passing through the area.

Until now no injuries or deaths reportedonly the 4 motor units were reported by the authorities; two of them in partial loss those of Saturday and the Volkswagen and Sentra total loss.

It is worth mentioning that 4 urban transport trucks on the hospital route have also been set on fire by armed men in the months of February on March 20, 21, 25 and 27, as well as taxis and urvans.

Of the 4 urvans burned3 of them have been completely consumed by flames leaving a total loss, generating a loss of more than 1 million pesos per motor unit.

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Before sayings accidents have caused carriers stop their services for fear of being victims of these acts, situation that has seriously affected the population that goes out to their workplaces and schools daily.

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