He Municipal Government of Saltillo commemorated the National Civil Protection Day with a deployment of 32 drills in which 12 thousand people participated. This initiative seeks to promote the culture of self-care and strengthen the preparation of community in the face of possible emergencies and natural disasters.
The main event took place at carried out in the facilities of the Municipal Presidency, where Mayor José María Fraustro Siller joined the simulation of a fire. In this context, the mayor highlighted the importance of collaboration between government agencies, civil organizations, the private sector and citizens to guarantee the safety of the community.
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Fraustro Siller took advantage of the occasion to express his recognition and gratitude to the teams of Civil Protection that works to be prepared and respond efficiently in the face of natural disasters, accidents and risk situations.
“As authorities, we remain committed to improving our prevention measures and response capacity to events that threaten the safety of our population; “It is no coincidence that we are the safest capital in Mexico,” the mayor emphasized.
Chema Fraustro also highlighted the investment of more than 900 thousand pesos in the training of 43 brigade members, 10 of whom have received specialized training to lead operations in emergency situations. In addition, he announced the construction of the sixth fire station on La Fragua street, with an investment of 15 million pesos, as part of continuous efforts to strengthen security in the city.
The event was attended by prominent municipal officials, including Carlos Alberto Estrada Flores, Secretary of the City Council; Jorge Alberto Leyva, councilor and president of the Security Commission; Juan Carlos Villarreal Garza, Municipal Treasurer; Alejandro Luna Fernández, director of Administrative Services; Hector Manuel Reyes Soto, director of Social Communication of Saltillo; and Silvia Arellanocoordinator of the Comprehensive Municipal Training and Training Center (CICAM).
Alberto Neira Vielma, director of Civil Protection and Firefighters, expressed his gratitude to the mayor Chema Fraustro for their support in promoting preventive actions for the benefit of the inhabitants of Saltillo.
In addition to the drills carried out in the Municipal Presidency, other educational institutions and important buildings, such as Conalep 1 and 2 and the Ignacio Zaragoza Schoolalso carried out simulation exercises as part of this commemoration of the National Civil Protection Day.