OVER 100 tourists were evacuated from the Volcan Barú, and two local parks were closed on the weekend , as a cold front brought high winds and rains to the Chiriquí Highlands
Safety measures were implemented by the Joint Task Force (FTC) From January 7
The regional director of Mi Ambiente, Yilka Aguirre, reported that since the evacuation began at dawn on Monday, January 9,
With the closure of access to the International Park
La Amistad and the Volcán Barú National Park.
The rangers of Mi Ambiente remain stationed
Stationed at the entrance to ensure the safety of
groups of hikers who perform the descent of the area
During their tour in the sector of Los Pocitos, the
Members of the FTC and rangers found
tourists who did not reach the top of the volcano.
They were escorted to the Volcan fire station for assistance
Remaining visitors will be evacuated by the , Boquete district T-shirt patrol.
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