The La Purísima Residence Hall, owned by the city and managed by Clece, wanted to thank the Civil Guard for the sacrificed work it carried out to control access to Totana, after the municipality returned to Phase 1. It is midday in Totana and the thermometer reads 35 degrees in the shade, something that the civil guards in charge of controlling and monitoring access to the municipality of Totana lack.
That is why from the Residence La Purísima they have mobilized to make the heat of the agents more bearable and they have loaded the van from the residence and have approached one of the control points to deliver soft drinks and cold water to them.
that you can stay hydrated and continue to do your job. "The idea came up yesterday when we were leaving the municipality to return to Murcia city", explains Mónica Garcia, Clece's head of service and responsible for the management of the Residence: "It was 2 in the afternoon and there were the poor agents holding up the sun and the heat stoically.
Our soul fell to the ground when we saw them there and thought about the heat they were enduring, so we mobilized to send them cold drinks today so that they can better withstand the high temperatures.
" The agents have thanked the detail of the workers of the residence and have agreed to pose with them for some photos.