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A safety device, comprising more than 60 police, ensure the proper conduct of the pilgrimage down to Santa Eulalia (07/12/2009)

MU-502 road that connects the towns of Totana and Aledo be closed to traffic early Tuesday December 8, from five in the morning and remain closed to traffic for more than eight hours, during the holding down the pilgrimage, to be held tomorrow, the patron saint of Totana, Santa Eulalia of Merida, from the chapel to the city, where he will remain with all totaneros during all the holidays until Jan. 7.

The Councillor for Citizen Security, Roque Molina, said security device and the emergency plan provided for the transfer of the image of the Holy develop normally, and which agreements were adopted at the last local board of public safety.

The device, comprising a total of 62 troops, will consist of local police officers (20), Guardia Civil (6), Civil Protection (20), Red Cross volunteers (4), members of the firehouse Alhama -Totana (4), Service members of Nature Protection and Civil Guard Traffic (6) and forest officials (2).

MU-502 road will cut up to the place of the Cross of the Mission and the rotunda of Rulo (connecting with the North Option), on the outskirts of the town of Totana and open to traffic once the image Santa Eulalia San Roque reached, so that vehicles wishing to enter the sanctuary should do so in the new road to La Santa, which will be enabled only path.

In addition, the intermediate access road MU-502 will be closed to traffic, so the mayor asked to respect the traffic signals at the level of transfer and other major access routes, and to use only the new road to the Santa, which is accessed by the place of chapel Sopanvino.

The Civil Guard also cut Aledo, Totana road up to the hamlet of El Jumer.

The mayor said that will enable a public transport to get to the sanctuary from 6:00 am, which point out on this occasion will be the corner of Santa Rita to enable users to enjoy the festive day .

It also requested the cooperation of users when making fires in the forest to prevent fires and called for the care of the environment of the sanctuary and adjoining areas to the shrine.

Source: Ayuntamiento de Totana. Foto: archivo

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