In the early morning of this Saturday, February 13, users of social networks reported an explosion in a fuel pipeline of Petróleos Mexicanos (Pemex), which is located near the Mexico-Querétaro highway.
As soon as the news broke, Civil Protection (PC) of San Juan del Río, Querétaro, issued a message through his official account of Facebook, in which they announced that sthey were guarding the area, along with elements of the Department of Public Security (SSP) of the municipality.
They also stated that The explosion occurred at highway 57, at kilometer 172, in a parcel area.
“#EnEsteMomento elements of @PCSJRQ with support of @SSPMSJRQ They protect the area where a fire was registered in a PEMEX pipeline on highway 57 Km. 172 towards Mexico-Querétaro, in parcel zone zone. Authorities in charge of the pipelines have already been informed, so they will come to control the accident”, they wrote.
Subsequently, the State Coordination of Civil Protection of Querétaro He also issued a message through his account Twitter, where they announced the work in the community of Chamizal, an area affected by the accident.
“#At the moment Leakage in pipelines is attended to, Community of Chamizal, staff of #PC #PedroEscobedo @PCIVILQRO @Pemex work in the place”, reads the tweet.
According to local media versions Queretaro sunrise, the neighbors of the frationing San Gil, near the area, were the first to alert the authorities, since they heard a roar and could see a flare coming from the pipeline.
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