Staff of the Association of Civil Defence Volunteers and Local Police have made more than fifty performances due to the severe storm that struck the town of Totana throughout the weekend.
The Directorate General of Emergency Management activated Murcia orange alert level in the municipality by strong winds that have reached 90 kilometers per hour.
The alert has been activated until yesterday, but today are experiencing winds of 70 miles per hour.
Totana Civil Protection has launched emergency protocol that takes place before this adverse event, arrives at around half a hundred performances through a device composed of seven volunteers and three vehicles, always coordinated by the local police .
The strong winds that have battered the region have left their mark on Totana, and although there were no regrets injury, it has been a lot of damage, according to reports from Civil Protection.
The majority of reported incidents were related to falling trees and objects in the road, preventing traffic passing through the Way of the Aleurrosas (connecting the town and the sports complex) and the RENFE station .
This drop in turn caused pines, the collapse of public lighting and a telephone pole.
The fall of a steel frame broke several adjoining houses built in the street Damian Lopez, and two trees of City Park "Marcos Ortiz" is also hindering the passage fell.
Also, among other actions, Civil Protection proceeded to cut water supply to all public sources, who harassed citizens, and had to pick up various signals and signs in the town as well as many tiles that hampered traffic in the streets of the town.