The people of Cabo San Lucas is living a nightmare in the aftermath of Hurricane Odile, they demand the Mexican authorities to take control of the situation, restore security and basic services to the community.
The lack of food, electricity and drinking water is a problem that brings despair among the inhabitants of Los Cabos after the impact of “Odile” in the peninsula of Baja California Sur.
“We are living in critical times,” said Roberto, one of many citizens waiting to get a box with basic food products outside the military detachment in San José del Cabo.
“We can not buy food, most of the stores were looted and there is nothing left,” Roberto added.
In this scenario we must add that there are just three working gas stations in Los Cabos, so there is a long line of vehicles waiting to fill the tanks.
Other citizens have reported gang members breaking into houses armed with machetes and knives.
Federal, state and municipal authorities said that the essential public services will be restored during the next weeks.
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