The Ebro already reaches 1,700 cubic meters per second as it passes through Zaragoza

Deepak Gupta
Deepak Gupta December 13, 2021
Updated 2021/12/13 at 11:18 PM

Although the highest point of the Ebro river flood has not yet reached, according to sources from the City Council of the Aragonese capital, it has been reported that 1,700 cubic meters per second have already been reached as it passes through Zaragoza. In fact, in Alfocea the water has also started to exceed the level of the road connecting with Monzalbarba, at the descent of the bridge over the Ebro.

For this reason, it is collaborating in the surveillance of the area with the Civil Guard and the Pontoneros Unit. The latter will mark the race, so that, as long as possible, it can be crossed with off-road vehicles (only emergency vehicles) if necessary.

Likewise, water ingress is progressively being detected in common points near the river, such as Helios, Parque del Agua, Juslibol orchards, lower part of Vadorrey, Macanaz grove and Red Cross park (between Almozara bridge and Voluntary Walkway ).

In the line that has been followed in recent days since the Emergency Plan was activated last Friday, a new meeting will be held throughout Monday morning at the Emergency Coordination Center of Fire Station 1, for what the information will be updated throughout the day.

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