Storm Nate leaves more than 20 dead in its passage through Central America

 
Related

This what happens if you eat two eggs a day

You have to know
224 points

Hyperactive brain networks can multiply fibromyalgia pain: Study

You have to know
580 points



Most recent

Discovering myths: study finds that pasta can actually help you lose weight, not gain it

Health at home
38 points

Diabetics should avoid certain fruits

Health at home
30 points

Watching 'Incredibles 2' comes with seizure warning in SA

Health at home
30 points

Argentina vs Iceland: Goalkeeper Halldorsson reveals secret behind saving Messi s penalty

About everything
56 points

7 ways to keep your liver healthy

Health at home
28 points

Here s why you should stop skipping breakfast every morning

Health at home
30 points
SHARE
TWEET
At least 23 dead and 27 missing are what Tropical Storm Nate left on his way through Central America. Costa Rica was the most affected country with about 7,000 refugees, floods, and irreparable damage to property.

Storm Nate leaves more than 20 dead in its passage through Central America

The storm described as the worst natural disaster in Costa Rica, killed eight people and 17 disappeared, local media reported.

In this regard, the Costa Rican president, Luis Guillermo Solis declared yesterday a national emergency in the care of the homeless refugees in 95 shelters.

An estimated 400,000 people were left without water and electricity because of Nate.

While in Honduras, the authorities announced the death of three people and the disappearance of three others; in El Salvador, one lost his life in a mudslide and in Niguragua 11 fatalities are recorded at the moment.

According to the US National Hurricane Center, after thrashing the Central American region, the storm is heading to the Yucatan peninsula, where it could impact in the last hours of this Friday. While in the American coasts the weather phenomenon could arrive the weekend.

Fuente: www.adn40.mx
SHARE
TWEET
To comment you must log in with your account or sign up!
Featured content