"Three weeks ago and until today, we have moved with the teams of the Mayor's Office to voluntarily evacuate the 77 families and provide them with support, food and shelter, social and psychological assistance," Almada explained in a message on Twitter.
Honduras in Alert Due to Rains
According to press reports, the landslides occurred in the area known as Guillén and destroyed several houses built with bricks and cement blocks, in addition to other lightweight homes made of wood and zinc. So far, no loss of human lives has been reported.
Heavy rainfall has caused landslides in different parts of the country for several weeks.
According to public data, the Honduran capital is about 1,000 meters above sea level and is crossed by several geological faults, some of which have been activated in the last 50 years.
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