Tragedy at the Lobohombo Disco

Tragedy at the Lobohombo Disco (HM2EN5)

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The Cuauhtémoc Delegation Fire Station

 Después de los trágicos acontecimientos sucedidos en la "Discoteca Lobohombo" la Jefa Delegacional en Cuauhtémoc, 2003-2006 Lic. Virginia Jaramillo Flores decidió cambiar la historia de este lugar, convirtiéndolo en la Estación de Bomberos de Cuauhtémoc y en la primera unidad de reacción inmediata en caso de accidentes y desasters. Proyecto que por lo ambicioso, grande e innovador, requirió de la participación de todos los sectores de la sociedad, se planeó, construyó y puso en operación esta monumental obra, La Estación de Bomberos de Cuauhtémoc "Comandante Eulalio Mújica Pérez" ícono de la más tecnología, diseñada para resolver las necesidades en caso de siniestros. La participación de empresarios, artistas, deportistas, filántropos, intelectuales, vecinos, trabajadores, el gobierno delegacional de Cuauhtémoc y el gobierno de la Ciudad de México unieron esfuerzos para materializar esta obra. La cual es la estación de bomberos más moderna de América Latina.México D.F., 23 de septiembre de 2006
English translation:
After the tragic events that took place in the "Lobohombo



Disco"
, the Delegational Chief of Cuauhtémoc for 2003-2006, Virginia Jaramillo Flores, decided to change the history of this place, turning it into the Cuauhtémoc Fire Station and into the first Immediate Reaction Unit for cases of accidents and disasters. This project was ambitious, large and innovative, and required the participation of all sectors of society to plan, build and put into operation this monumental work, the "Commander Eulalio Mújica Pérez" Fire Station of Cuauhtemoc, an icon of highest technology, designed to respond to accidents in the best way possible. The participation of businessmen, artists, athletes, philanthropists, intellectuals, neighbors, workers, the government of the Cuauhtémoc Delegation and the government of Mexico City all joined forces to complete this work: the most modern fire station in Latin America. Mexico D.F., September 23, 2006
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HM NumberHM2EN5
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Year Placed2006
Placed ByJefa Delegacional en Cuauhtémoc, 2003-2006 Lic. Virginia Jaramillo Flores
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Date Added Thursday, February 28th, 2019 at 7:01pm PST -08:00
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UTM (WGS84 Datum)14Q E 483417 N 2148975
Decimal Degrees19.43506667, -99.15796667
Degrees and Decimal MinutesN 19° 26.104', W 99° 9.478'
Degrees, Minutes and Seconds19° 26' 6.24" N, 99° 9' 28.68" W
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