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Tuesday, December 06, 2022

They consider Hurricane Ian to be terrible in America (+ VIDEO)

Aceras y calles cubiertas por agua al paso de Ian por los Estados Unidos

Washington. – Hurricane Ian, which hits the coast of South Carolina today, is “a very scary sight,” said the mayor of the US city of Myrtle Beach, Brenda Bethune.

“We have a hotel and a business that have lost their roofs, some traffic lights are off,” though he said his biggest fear is that people in the city don’t take shelter.

In this sense, he recalled that the city had not issued an evacuation order, and emphasized how there are traffic jams and emergency personnel to come to the rescue.

“I’m right on Ocean Boulevard. I see a lot of cars pass by. And I think people just don’t realize how dangerous it is to live in these kind of conditions.” CNN,

A Category A hurricane on the Saffir-Simpson scale made landfall for the second time in the United States today, near the city of Georgetown, South Carolina, after leaving an initial balance of more than twenty dead.

A video shared by netizens shows sidewalks and streets covered with water in Charleston’s Radcliffeborough neighborhood.

Meanwhile, a tweet from the Pawleys Island Police Department reflected in photos how a section of the pier in that town in Georgetown County collapsed and swam south.

According to the Federal Emergency Management Agency, Ian is of “extreme danger to all who stand in his way.”

The National Hurricane Center warned that the cyclone could bring deadly storms and destructive winds to several areas in the states of South Carolina and North Carolina, as well as parts of Virginia and Florida.

After making landfall, the meteor should rapidly transition into the post-tropical system and face a decrease in its winds as it moves inland, but rain and gusts will affect millions of people during the next 24 hours. A report is indicated. CNN,

This northern country is dealing with the devastation caused by Ian as he passed through Florida last Wednesday, which left flooding, buildings turned to rubble, power outages and still an unconfirmed number of deaths, although media at least At least 21 speaks of the dead.

“We are beginning to see the scale of that destruction; It will take months, years to rebuild, and our hearts go out to all those whose lives were devastated by the cyclone,” said US President Joe Biden. ,pl,

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