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World Central America: Amanda storm kills at least 18

14:54  02 june  2020
14:54  02 june  2020 Source:   lexpress.fr

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El Salvador bore the brunt of Amanda , which triggered flash floods, landslides and power outages as it ripped Please use a supported version for the best MSN experience. Storm Amanda leaves at least 18 The remnants of the storm hit later Sunday in Guatemala, where heavy rains killed two people

El Salvador bore the brunt of Amanda , which triggered flash floods Emergency workers were searching for seven people still missing Monday as El Salvador and its Central American neighbors picked through the destruction after the first named Pacific storm of the year left at least 18 people

The President of El Salvador has declared a 15-day state of emergency. The remnants of the storm also reached Guatemala, where two people were killed.

Des maisons dévastées par la tempête Amanda, à San Salvador, le 31 mai 2020. © Yuri CORTEZ / AFP Houses devastated by storm Amanda, in San Salvador, May 31, 2020.

Rescuers are still looking for seven people missing on Monday in El Salvador , hit by Amanda, the first storm Coming from the Pacific this year, which killed at least 18 people in this Central American country as well as in neighboring Honduras and Guatemala. Research is trying to locate the missing under landslides and mudslides caused by torrential rain and strong winds that hit El Salvador on Sunday, said Interior Minister Mario Duran. "We have fifteen dead and seven missing," Mario Duran told reporters.

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Writes the filmer: "The Tropical Storm Amanda that hit the Central American territory has left serious damage and death due to the floods and overflows of rivers in different points of El Salvador. "Workers of the mayor of San Salvador and inhabitants of La Malaga, in the capital city, clean the debris left by

Severe storms that moved across the southeastern United States on Sunday into Monday killed at least 18 people. The storms brought heavy rain and strong

El Salvador was the country hardest hit by Amanda, which caused floods, landslides and power outages when approaching neighboring countries in Central America. The remnants of the storm reached Guatemala later Sunday, where two people died, said disaster coordinator David de Leon.

Significant damage

One of them was a 9-year-old boy swept away by the flow of a flooded river, while the second victim was killed by the collapse of a house northeast of Guatemala City, according to David de Leon. One person has died in Honduras, where authorities have reported landslides and floods.

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The president of Salvador Nayib Bukele declared a 15-day state of emergency. According to him, the storm caused damage estimated at 20 million dollars. Some 200 homes were damaged, said William Hernandez of Emergency Preparedness.

A total of 7225 people were evacuated, and transferred by the military and Civil Protection to 154 shelters spread across the country. Many areas lacked electricity and potable water. According to the Ministry of the Environment, precipitation has reached 500 millimeters, one third of the annual average of 1,800 mm.

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