There’s a fiery situation unfolding just 20 minutes north of Cabo on the road to Todos Santos, and it’s causing quite a stir. A fire broke out at the city dump located in Migriño, and it’s proving to be a tough one to tame. The fire department, alongside the dump management team, worked tirelessly for 24 hours to extinguish it. Just when they thought they had it under control, the fire made a sneaky comeback.
This isn’t your typical blaze. It turns out the fire had burrowed underground and is still burning away. It’s a tricky situation, but the teams are on it, using heavy equipment to move dirt and continuously pumping water to douse the hidden flames.
The impact of the fire has been far-reaching. Smoke has drifted over to nearby communities like Rancho Las Margaritas and even reached as far as Pueblo Bonito Sunset Beach. It’s a hazy, smoky situation that’s got everyone on alert.
Fire Commander Juan Carbajal gave an update to this newspaper, stating that it might take a few more days to completely extinguish the fire. But even then, the smoke won’t clear up immediately. So, folks, it’s time to take some precautions. If you’re in the affected areas, it’s wise to wear a mask and stay safe. Let’s hope the fire department and all involved can fully snuff out this fire soon. Take care, everyone!