The storm that fell on Sunday afternoon in the Guadalajara Metropolitan Area (ZMG) left around 19 fallen trees, eleven of them on public roads, six more on cars and two in homes, however, no reported dead or injured.
Authorities detailed that a total of 11 floods were registered in some points of the ZMGwhile the Guadalajara Fire Department rescued two people, in addition to supporting the drivers of eight stranded cars.
The rain began around 6:40 p.m., and its most intense point was in the area of the University Center for Exact Sciences and Engineering (CUCEI), where it lasted about an hour.
Fallen tree in Tonatzin and Parque de las Estrellas. SPECIAL /
The fallen trees were registered in the following points:
Fallen trees on public roads
Felix Palavicini and Beltway. Rogelio Bacón and Circunvalación. Hermenegildo Bustos and Avenida de la Pintura. Overpass of Enrique Díaz de León and Circunvalación. Hermenegildo Bustos between Painting and Sculpture. Manuel Brambila, between Printing and Lithography. Isla Plazuela Orcadas corner with Isla Coco, Colonia Jardines del Sur. Villa 8, Revolutionary colony. Pablo Valdez and Ventura Anaya.
Fallen trees on vehicles:
José María Castilleros and Joaquín Martínez Chavarría, Lomas de Polanco neighborhood. Valparaíso and Asunción, Providencia neighborhood. Cozumel Island and Salinas Island. Victoria between Bogotá and Toronto, Providencia neighborhood. Manuel Gómez Ibarra and Carlos Obregón, Miravalle neighborhood. José María Castilleros and Joaquín Martínez Chavarría, Lomas de Polanco neighborhood.
tree on house
Ahuitzoly Tomacal. Privada Coruña and Abrantes, Santa Elena de la Cruz colony.
Markets affected by trees
Gastronomic Market: Juan Bautista Ceballos 3093, Col Colón Industrial. Miravalle Market.
While the flooding on public roads was mainly in the San Carlos neighborhood, at the intersections of Violeta and José Luis Pérez Verdía, Violeta and Las Conchas, Violeta and Nicolás Bravo, Tuberosa and Las Conchas.
In El Dean, on Calle 13 and Armillita, in addition to Gobernador Curiel and Artes Plásticas, Enrique Díaz de León overpass and Circunvalación, Gobernador Curiel and Calle 15, Calzada Independencia and Avenida de la Paz, Calzada Independencia and Juan Álvarez, Railroad Heroes and Washington.
In addition, Guadalajara firefighters rescued two people who were dragged by the current, one at the intersection of March 18 and Gobernador Curiel; and another person in a street situation who was under the vehicular bridge of Antiguo Camino al Rosario and Malecón.
In total, eight rescues of drivers who were stranded due to flooding were carried out.
There was only one flood in a home without damage to household items, at the intersection of Clemente Aguirre and López Portillo streets, in the La Perla neighborhood. There were no injuries or fatalities in the rain last night.