The actress took various measures to stay safe in the company of her family
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(Photo: Bárbara de Regil's Instagram)
Hurricane Delta paralyzed activities in the Mexican Caribbean and put hundreds of inhabitants and thousands of tourists in extreme protection, among whom is Bárbara de Regil, who found a way to safeguard her integrity and that of her loved ones.
It should be remembered that yesterday morning, the fitness influencer explained that she was evicted from the hotel where she stayed since last weekend in Tulum, this as a preventive measure against the arrival of the natural phenomenon.
“They evicted us from the hotel, there are no flights, the hurricane is coming very hard and I have nowhere to stay,” she recounted a little dismayed in her Instagram stories.
After several hours of searching, the protagonist of Rosario Tijeras found together with her family a safe haven and adopted the necessary security measures to survive the impact of Hurricane Delta, which this morning already weakened to category 2.
“The internet is failing a lot and the light comes and goes, I already collected a little water for anything, I went to the supermarket and bought some things, not many because when I arrived there was almost nothing, we already found a place to stay ”, He highlighted.
” The hurricane arrives at dawn, they say it is coming very strong, I have never experienced a hurricane in my life and it is my first time … I'm fine, I trust that it will happen and tomorrow will be a super good day ” , he was sincere in his social network.
The actress thanked her followers, since many of them offered her their house to take refuge from the emergency this morning.
Yesterday Bárbara de Regil was very calm despite the fact that an adverse outlook was forecast due to the arrival of Delta to the Mexican Caribbean: “They say there is going to be a hurricane here where I am, so we are seeing what measures to take.”
Hours later he accepted the magnitude of the situation and canceled his cardio class that he would broadcast from the paradisiacal beaches of Tulum.
“Little sisters, I couldn't teach the class. Sorry we are in emergency, “he wrote in his last Instagram story.
(Photo: Bárbara de Regil's Instagram)
Bárbara de Regil had documented her experience in the Mexican Caribbean since arriving last week, despite the fact that her stay was hampered by the presence of two natural phenomena, first with the Gamma storm and now with the Delta hurricane.
Other celebrities in the middle of the hurricane
Sherlyn, Fernando del Solar and Roberto Palazuelos are personalities who are already safe in different areas and waiting for the emergency to conclude in Quintana Roo, although they had different ways of dealing with the arrival of the meteorological phenomenon.
Sherlyn was one of the few people who were able to leave the Caribbean state before the arrival of Hurricane Delta. (Photo: Sherlyn's Instagram)
Sherlyn was one of the few people who were able to leave the Caribbean state before the arrival of Hurricane Delta . The actress and singer shared her arrival at Cancun airport, where she boarded the last flight to Mexico City.
“I was not comfortable being here in the middle of the hurricane with André. I'm trying to get out of Cancun, I don't want to risk the winds, the glass and those things with a baby, ”said the presenter before boarding the last aircraft bound for the country's capital.
Fernando del Solar also lives the ravages of Hurricane Delta
Fernando del Solar , who was on vacation in Cancun, was also evacuated by the hotel staff that he occupied until yesterday afternoon.
“We are still in Cancun , everything is fine, they are evacuating us and taking us to the shelter. Hurricane Delta is already category 4 and we hope it won't hit hard here in Quintana Roo; the good thing is that we are forewarned, “he said on his social network.
Roberto Palazuelos was another who was able to leave the Caribbean area. The “Black Diamond” used a private jet to get away from the emergency just after vacating his hotels in Tulum: “ We leave just in time before Hurricane Delta hits Cancun. I hope it's not serious, my hotels have already been evacuated and tourists are safe . Be very careful, take extreme precautions. God, protect the Mexican Caribbean ”.
The businessman and actor left Cancun aboard a private jet
The National Meteorological Service (SMN) reported this morning that Delta made landfall at 05:30 am as a category 2 hurricane on the Saffir-Simpson scale, and is located 55 km west of Cancun, Quintana Roo.
Although the natural phenomenon has already weakened, heavy to torrential rains are still expected in the Yucatan Peninsula and strong winds with gusts of 150 to 200 km / h, waves of five to nine meters in height and a storm surge of one to nine meters. two meters high in the north of Quintana Roo and two to four meters in the coasts of Yucatan.