112 Tons of Food for Earthquake Victims

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Up to Salina Cruz, Oaxaca, the ship “Zapoteco” with 112 tons of food for earthquake victims

As part of the “Navy Plan”, the Mexican Navy carries out support work for the entire society affected by the 8.2-magnitude earthquake, which left whole families with homes collapsed and overnight in shelters or on the streets.

The ship “Zapoteco” of the Navy-Navy Secretariat of Mexico (SEMAR) arrived Saturday at the port of Salina Cruz, Oaxaca, with 112 tons of food to be distributed between the families affected by the September 7 earthquake.

The ship sailed on September 26 from the port of Mazatlan, Sinaloa, with food, medicines, clothing, blankets, personal hygiene items, disinfectants and cleaning supplies for the victims of Oaxaca and Chiapas.

As part of the “Navy Plan”, the Mexican Navy carries out support work for the entire society affected by the 8.2-magnitude earthquake, which left whole families with homes collapsed and overnight in shelters or on the streets.

In a statement, SEMAR explained that the naval commandos belonging to the Twelfth Naval Zone, Salina Cruz, Oaxaca and Tenth

Fourth Naval Zone, Puerto Madero, Chiapas are prepared and provide permanent support to the families affected, this in coordination with Civil Protection personnel and dependencies of the three levels of government.

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