Major Marcelo Crivella visited this Wednesday in the Maravilha Garden, in Guaratiba, in the Western Zone. He said that the site is attacked, "no work" in the town hall, and refuses to say that there was an emergency in the town. After the rats were classified as "unusual" on Tuesday, it revealed the result of global warming of unexpected rainfall by urban groups and similar parallel scans.
"We're, we're going through the crisis." We are very concerned about global warming, he has never been so big in such a short space of time. In addition, the country's biggest scandal was the largest. "There is a terrible storm," he said.
The area is flooded after being flooded by flood waters that started in the town on Monday and Tuesday. The Fire Department found a dead man, unknown yet, on a bridge at Avenida Barão de Cocais, which had been drowned by the high water level. According to Crivella, the river in Jardim Maravilha was built for the last time 23 years ago. He promised that there would be scratch back, which runs for about 2.5 kilometers:
– We started the work today, with two tools. We need resources. I want the help of the federal government.
The mayor would again appeal to the federal government, asking the Ministry of Regional Development to sign a program entitled "PAC of the Floods and PAC of the Slopes" with the Corporation. The Ministry of Regional Development (MDR), through a note published on Tuesday, reported that the Rio city is getting access to slopes held around R $ 110.5 million, the Growth Speed Program. (PAC), but was not used for lack of joint demonstrations. The amount will be donated on 30 June.
In a situation of dire destruction in Jardim Maravilha, Crivella said the city could have problems with "good wishes". Later, in an interview with journalists, the factor said that “sun is shining in the sky” and, finally, “Rio de Janeiro comes out of crisis.” T
In a situation of dire destruction in Jardim Maravilha, Crivella said the city could have problems with "good wishes". Later, in an interview with journalists, the factor said that "the sun is pulling into the sky" and "Rio de Janeiro will come out of crisis."
Crivella said that Niemeyer Avenue and Alto da Boa Vista can reopen this week.
– With this sun that hangs around the city and if the weather improves, we need to spread Avenida Niemeyer and Alto da Boa Vista at the end of the day. There is no more protection in these ways. The only thing that happens is that the Geo-Rio teams are analyzing the status of these sites to see if there are landslide risks. Up to 6:00 am, cars should be able to move on on those roads. T
The chief executive also spoke of the flooding of Avenida Borges Medeiros, Lagoa, Rio Rio, according to him, until the middle of the day water should be drained.
Officers from the city came only on Wednesday
Jardim Maravilha residents say that city hall staff did not arrive on Wednesday morning, nearly 36 hours after the storm hit the town. According to the resident Maria Eunice, 66, every time he falls in the area, the Walloons fill up and the houses will be flooded.
– We got help from the local people to get out of our homes. The village hall did not arrive until morning this morning. I lost everything. The water went up to my ear.
The other residents of the region, Sergio Murilo dos Santos, 57, cannot get into the house because of the amount of water at the house.
– I lost everything. I had to go out with my family and leave my house to survive. To date, nobody from the village hall has come to speak to me about this situation. I've lived here for about six years, when there is a storm, this happens.
Glaucia Trajano da Silva Mazza Panzariello, 41, says that the water was so great that it had damaged a iron gate to his house.
“I haven't been able to do the damage yet, but there's been a lot to do.
Maria Aparecida of Souza Braga, 54, said she was only able to return her son on Wednesday morning.
"He went to college and didn't return until morning. He was heavy. Thank you, it's ok.
Andrea Cristina dos Santos Silva, 43, was also flooded.
“I have lived here for 14 years and he always does. Nine years ago, I lost everything that was flooded. Now it happened again. I have two tiny children at home. I feel a lot. Even by Crivella coming today, I don't believe it change. We have gone.