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A state of emergency was declared in Orense tonight. A house collapsed.

Jaruma, El Oro

A new fall was reported this Wednesday night in the central port of Jerome in the upper part of El Oro.

This sank into the streets of Cologne and Tees de Agosto. Many houses will be affected by the abyss. According to previous reports, a traditional house collapsed.

Videos of the biggest hole in the downtown area have been circulating on social media.

Firefighters from Jaruma and Portovolo went to the department to check the situation. Neighbors reported an emergency to the Ecu911 organization.

In Jaruma, people fear that houses will collapse as a result of sinkholes

A block of houses is estimated to be at risk. Some of these were expelled.

At 20:30, the National Risk Service confirmed the sinking in the urban area of ​​Canton. On his Twitter account, he pointed out that the immediate eviction of families was coordinated.

“Police are providing security at the scene,” said a company that sent personnel to the area.

Residents of the area were warned about sinking into the basement of the house through videos spread on social networks. Some heard the roar and said many families had to leave the neighborhood. The video captures the moment the house collapses.

“A few days ago this house had several collapses, which would be the result of mining under the city, located half a block from the new Singhole La Inmaculada School, which collapsed in 2017,” said Jose Lucero. Resident of Jaruma Province.

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More than 50 homes were without electricity as a result of the flooding, which occurred tonight. A technical inspection was immediately carried out to assess the damage to nearby houses.

Carlos Aguilar, Jermaine’s deputy mayor, immediately called a team for the Jeruma region’s emerging operations to attend the emergency, while a team of firefighters and hazard technicians assessed the damage in the area.

Among the first safety recommendations was to establish access to people within the perimeter of the sinkhole, which ended with the collapse of a structure that would have been part of the traditional property of the city of Orens.

President Guillermo Lasso has ordered the National Risk Service to coordinate with municipalities and agencies to provide protection for affected families.

This is not the first time this condition has occurred in Jerome. Last July, residents of Gonzalo Pizarro Street warned of the danger to their homes from a sinking as evidence of sustainable mining activity at the bottom of the populated area of ​​Canton. (I)

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