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"The Presidential Command Post is on call 24 hours a day, with a great willingness to recover everything," President Maduro said.
On Tuesday, Venezuela's Defense Minister Vladimir Padrino Lopez confirmed that over 300 soldiers are assisting the population of El Castaño, a town that was severely affected by an avalanche generated by torrential rains.
Images of the water emanated from the Palmarito River. The tweet reads, "Strong images not suitable for sensitive people."
"We have to be ready and give an early response to any event that occurs in any part of the territory. The people are counting on us, on their Armed Forces, and on President Maduro," Deputy Minister of Citizen Security Remigio Ceballos pointed out.
At 1:00 p.m. on Tuesday, the local outlet La Republica reported that the Palmarito River overflowed again, creating risky situations for people, who ran through the streets seeking refuge.
The latest report from the National Institute of Meteorology and Hydrology (INAMEH) predicted rains of variable intensity with electrical activity in much of the Venezuelan territory.