Bonacini in Cesena visits the areas affected by the floods and the “Solidarity Hall”: “great desire to give back”

People’s big heart and operating device to face the tragic consequences of the flood and get out of it. Citizens, women, men, volunteers and young people coming from all over Italy, regional and national civil protection, firefighters, local police, law enforcement and many associations. They are all busy freeing the houses and streets from mud. On Sunday morning, the head of the region, Stefano Bonaccini, together with the mayor of Cesena, Enzo Latuca, inspected the city of Romagna in recent days, which in recent days has been flooded with water in many streets. As the population and society face a difficult return to normal life.

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“Together with Mayor Lautoca – says Bonaccini – we assessed the situation at the municipality’s civil protection center and went to the flooded streets: we listened to citizens, women and men who show extraordinary strength and desire to fight back. The same volunteers, volunteers and the entire regional system. We have Many people wanted to tell me that they believe in our land: we are and will be on their side and, I repeat, we will rebuild everything.

Starting at the Cesena Gallery, site of the volunteer meeting centre, Bonaccini met with the volunteers themselves, the Civil Protection operators, the firefighters and the Red Cross of the Municipal Operations Centre, the Civil Protection Cook of the Municipality of Cesena and the Federation of District Municipalities. Seaview Valles. In this garrison, where equipment is kept, citizens who call are answered, interventions are coordinated, meals are prepared and what is needed.

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Immediately afterwards, I went to Don Melanie’s school, in the area outside Savio and in the area of ​​the Hippodrome, in front of the Palasport, where everything that is needed and arrives for the citizens is assembled and managed in the large gymnasium: food, clothes, tools. Goods that are donated by many citizens.

There, people affected by the flood find volunteers, many from youth and scout associations and organizations, who prepare and distribute meals and food parcels (while also paying attention to allergies: there is a gluten-free line), as well as basic necessities.

Then inspections in the flooded areas, where the streets have been cleared of mud: beyond Savio, the parish of San Rocco, also known as Campino, through the former Terracino, Ponte Vecchio. Here meeting and listening to citizens and residents and reaffirming the obligation to do whatever it takes to get out of the state of emergency, rebuild and obtain compensation for all damages incurred.

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