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Ruptured Pipe Affects Water Supply in Culiacán

The Culiacán Potable Water and Sewer Commission (Japac) has reported a ruptured 36-inch pipe at the San Lorenzo plant, which is affecting the water supply in 180 neighborhoods in the southern sector of the city.

Japac personnel are working to assess the extent of the damage and determine an estimated repair time. In the meantime, residents in the affected areas have been asked to use water conservatively, considering that they still have access to the service.

Among the affected areas are the Airport, Bachigualato, Buenos Aires, Azucena, Nakayama, Domingo Rubí, Esthela Ortiz, Las Mañanitas, Las Torres, Prados del Sol, Terranova, Bugambilias, Villa Verde, and surrounding areas. Additionally, the 12 de Diciembre, 7 Gotas, Alturas del Sur, Aurora, El Periodista, Florida, Guadalupe Victoria, Genaro Estrada, La Costera, Huizachez, Mercado de Abastos, Perisur, Proyecto Alfa, Renato Vega, Villa Bonita, and other areas have also been affected.

Japac has requested understanding and patience from citizens in this unforeseen situation. For any questions or comments, they have made the Aquatel 073 and WhatsApp 6671000406 available.

Although the ruptured pipe has caused inconvenience to the water supply in different neighborhoods in Culiacán, authorities are working to resolve this situation as soon as possible and fully restore the service.

Frequently Asked Questions:

1. What is the reason for the water supply interruption in Culiacán?
The Culiacán Potable Water and Sewer Commission (Japac) has reported a ruptured 36-inch pipe at the San Lorenzo plant, which has affected the water supply in 180 neighborhoods in the southern sector of the city.

2. How long will it take to repair the pipe?
Japac personnel are assessing the extent of the damage and determining an estimated repair time. A specific date has not been given yet, but efforts are being made to resolve the problem as soon as possible.

3. What is recommended for residents in the affected areas?
Residents in the affected areas have been asked to use water conservatively, considering that they still have access to the service. This will help ensure that the supply reaches everyone affected.

4. What are some of the areas affected by the pipe rupture?
Among the affected areas are the Airport, Bachigualato, Buenos Aires, Azucena, Nakayama, Domingo Rubí, Esthela Ortiz, Las Mañanitas, Las Torres, Prados del Sol, Terranova, Bugambilias, Villa Verde, and surrounding areas. Additionally, other areas such as 12 de Diciembre, 7 Gotas, Alturas del Sur, Aurora, El Periodista, and many more have also been affected.

5. How can Japac be contacted for questions or comments?
Japac has made the Aquatel 073 and WhatsApp 6671000406 available for any questions or comments related to the pipe rupture situation.

We hope this information is helpful. If you have any further questions, please feel free to contact us.

Recommended related links:
– Official Japac website