The Homs City Council has formed committees tasked with inspecting buildings that are about to fall and are threatened with collapse as a result of the earthquake that struck the country.
In a statement to SANA reporter, Eng. Abdullah Al-Bawab, head of the Homs City Council, explained that the committees dealt with the complaints received by the council, as the residents were evacuated from some dangerous buildings in several neighborhoods, including Al-Qarabees and Jouret Al-Shayah, pointing out that the residents were secured in the previously equipped shelters, and they will be Evacuation of dangerous buildings in order to preserve public safety.
The engineer, Al-Bawab, pointed out that the workshops of the Public Works and Cleaning Directorates, in cooperation with the Directorate of Technical Services, removed the rubble resulting from the collapse of parts of damaged buildings in separate areas in Homs, in the neighborhoods of Al-Hamidiyah, Al-Safsafa, Bab Al-Turkman, and next to Al-Dalati Mosque and the City Center building, as a result of bad weather, and out of concern for public and traffic safety. .
Al-Bawab added: Several buildings were inspected in separate neighborhoods of the city, and the results left by the earthquake wave were observed.
The concierge called on citizens, especially in previously affected areas, to take precautions in anticipation of stones falling from the damaged building blocks, and to inform the council in the event of cracks resulting from earthquakes that the country is exposed to, in order to assess the technical condition of the cracks in coordination with the Engineers Syndicate.
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