Totana City Council has recognized the work of the troops and security forces involved in emergency work and cleaning up after the floods in homage to the Spanish flag that was held last October 12 at the Plaza of the Constitution .
This act has been developed in conjunction with Columbus Day and onomastics of the Virgin of Pilar, patroness of the Civil Guard, prior to the Mass that took place at the Convent of the Three Hail Marys.
Staff trained to salute the flag has been formed by members of the Guardia Civil station Totana and members of the local police in Totana, representatives of the three services and the Municipal Corporation, who have completed training.
Then an effective local police and other Civil Guard have carried the flag to the base of the great mast located in this square, where two Civil Guard member's post Totana have proceeded to hoist while the musical group Totana has played the national anthem and all training has been in uniform salute position.
Then the act was performed in honor of deceased classmates Totana Local Police, Civil Guard and the Army, so that two members of the Guardia Civil have worn the crown of laurel which the authorities have cast the feet of the shrine of Santa Eulalia.
The Mayor of Totana, Isabel Maria Sánchez Ruiz, chief commander of the Air Surveillance Squadron 13th Air Force, José Vicente Royo, along with the lieutenant commander of the Civil Guard of Totana, Teruel Antonio Maya, have placed the laurel wreath in honor of the deceased, while the band and the Coral Santiago have interpreted the song "Death is not the end."
The municipal councilor has delivered the official distinction to workers of the Department of Infrastructure and Maintenance of the City, the operators of the municipal water company, the local police, the Guardia Civil, and the Association of Volunteers Totana Civil Protection, in recognition of the work of activating the Emergency Plan after the floods last September 28.