Neighbors of Benito Juárez add 24 hours of blockade due to contaminated water – El Sol de México

Inhabitants of at least eight colonies in the Benito Juárez mayor’s office affected by the contamination of drinking water They have been closing Insurgentes Sur and Xola avenues for almost 24 hours, because authorities have not resumed the dialogue tables.

Following the lack of update on the status of contamination of drinking water and the resumption of supply, residents of neighborhoods such as Napoles, Del Valle, Narvarte, Nonoalco, Noche Buena, San Juan, among others, have decided to continue blocking roads until authorities of the CDMX Water System (Sacmex) are presented to the point.

According to the affected inhabitants, to this day it continues to fall water with the smell of fuel in their homes.

“Today I also did the test and everything remains the same, the water still smells,” said Silvia, an affected neighbor.

Despite this, they plan to open the circulation of Metrobús Line 1 during the day, since users have been affected in getting to their jobs and schools.

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In the area that goes from Parque Hundido to Chilpancingo, just over two kilometers, you can see people walking or using bicycles to be able to continue with their daily tasks.

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