SANTA CRUZ DE LA PALMA, Jan. 17 (EUROPA PRESS) –
The direction of the Special Plan for Civil Protection and Emergency Attention for Volcanic Risk in the Autonomous Community of the Canary Islands (Pevolca) has authorized this Monday the return to their homes of neighbors who live in some neighborhoods of El Paso, Tazacorte and Los Llanos de Aridane, located to the south of the colada, as they meet security conditions.
Thus, it is about the nuclei of part of Las Norias, Hoya del Verdugo, Morro de los Judíos, Las Manchas, scattered from Las Manchas, Cuatro Caminos, San Nicolás and south of the José Pons la Jurona road, whose more than 800 residents will be able to return to their homes from 09:00 this Tuesday.
Specifically, they are the buildings located in the areas from kilometer point 8,650 of the LP-213, where the new access control will be located, heading northwest, to Las Norias, including Hoya del Verdugo and Morro de Los Judíos.
Continue east following the perimeter of the lava flow, keeping a safety distance of two meters, to the LP-211, where it descends to the Camino José Pons la Jurona. Follow this street in an easterly direction until kilometer point 0.550 of the LP-212, point from which it connects in a southeasterly direction with the San Juan wash.
From Pevolca they point out that until security conditions are met, access to the rest of the areas evacuated by the eruption cannot be authorized yet, in the case of El Remo, Puerto Naos, La Bombilla, the northern area of the Camino José Pons La Jurona and continuing. to the east to kilometer point 0.550 of the LP-212 until it connects in a southeasterly direction with the San Juan wash.
People relocated to their homes are recommended, among other things, not to access garages and storage rooms without measuring the gases, ventilate the houses well about 15 minutes before entering, check that there are no deformations or cracks in the walls and take measures of prevention in case of carrying out ash removal tasks.