Colorada, just down the road a ways, is an atypical Mexican village,
very modern and well laid out as a hometown to many of the mine workers.
The housing units are both apartment style red brick buildings and
single family dwellings. On one side of the highway are a number of
small stores and a restaurant which is currently not in operation. We
all know how quickly that can change. Nearby are a number of government
facilities which serve the needs of the mine workers and other area
residents, as well as a large and well-equipped IMSS clinic with
emergency care and vehicles available twenty-four hours a day.
-- Excerpt from article on Don Adams web site -
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