a macrobottle summoned by social networks this morning has gathered hundreds of young people on the campus of the Autonomous University of Barcelona (UAB), in the municipality of Cerdanyola del Vallès, which has caused a collapse in the roads that give access to the site, as well such as saturation on the Ferrocarriles de la Generalitat (FGC) train line that stops at Bellaterra station.
The macro-bottle, according to EFE sources from the Mossos, began to cause problems on the roads around 11:30 p.m., when they were registered caravans to access the campus by car, located next to the AP-7 highway, parallel to the high-capacity road B-30, and next to the junction that connects them with the C-58 and the N-150, among others.
Likewise, users of the FGC narrate on social networks how the wagons going to Bellaterra were saturated with young people, some of whom drank, sang and smoked inside the convoy.
The first trains of Saturday morning were still registering a significant number of young people from the party, who were traveling back to Barcelona after the macro-bottle.
The celebration of the party, initially convened by people who claimed to belong to a university engineering faculty, It caused the Mossos to move to the area various teams of various police units to control access and intervene in some of the fights that have been registered, although this morning there is still no record of injuries and arrests.
It is device It was developed in collaboration with members of the university’s private security, who were in charge of controlling the development of the party inside the university campus.
The celebration of the macro-party at the university coincides with the maintenance of measures that limit nightlife activity in Catalonia due to the pandemic in the last weekend of the summer, which coincides with the restart of academic activity.
In the Complutense, 25,000 people
For their part, about 25,000 people gathered last night at the Ciudad Universitaria de Madrid, between the Faculties of Philosophy and Law, according to data from the Municipal Police, who assure that “the University at no time warned or offered prior information.”
The Municipal Police were in the area from past midnight to 7 am, “but without prior notice from the University and, therefore, without the corresponding prepared operation, dissolving some 25,000 people is an almost impossible task. “
For this reason, the surveillance and control tasks focused on avoiding incidents, especially on the roads and around the Metro. The objective of avoiding serious incidents was achieved, given the very high confluence of people.
The presence of the Municipal Police managed to get the people gathered to leave, but the absence of means of transportation at those hours made it “very slow”. Among other units, troops from the Comprehensive District Unit (especially from Moncloa), the UCES, Sections and the Air Support section (drones) traveled there.
In the rest of the city, the presence of “a little more people” on the street than last weekend has been confirmed, but there have been no notable incidents. Municipal sources have recalled that the Municipal Police reinforces its bottle prevention services with some 200 extra agents weekends.