Sectors of the capital are without water

Energy/Infrastructure

Several sectors of the capital awoke this Saturday, April 28 without the supply of drinking water after some lines of the system were affected by heavy rain that fell on Friday afternoon.

According to the  Institute of Aqueducts and Sewerage Systems (Idaan) product of the rains was affected the cleaning valve of a 42-inch line that is located on the side of the river very close to the Matías Hernández Psychiatric Hospital.

In view of this situation, the Idaan stood out, there was low pressure or lack of drinking water supply on the Tocumen road from Villa Lucre (San Miguelito) to Bello Horizonte, Costa del Este, Juan Diaz, Ciudad Radial, Costa Sur and surrounding areas.

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