Hurricane Julia hits Central America
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Tropical Storm Julia hit Central America on October 9th. The next day, the storm intensified into a hurricane. The wind speed increased to 33.5 m/s.
#Nicaragua #storm #Julia #flooding#tropicalstormjulia hit Central #America on October 9. The next day the storm intensified into a hurricane. Wind speeds increased to 33.5 m/sec.#ClimateCrisis#climate@_GlobalCrisis_
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— Vitalina (@Vitalin79682062) October 11, 2022
Thousands of houses were flooded or demolished by the elements, tens of thousands of people were left homeless.
El Salvador authorities reported less at least 7 victims: two people were buried under a collapsed house, five more soldiers died during rescue operations.
Dramatic footage is coming out of El Salvador as #Julia soaks Central America.
Officials say at least 7 people have died, including five members of the armed services while working on rescue efforts. Two civilians also died after their home collapsed on them. pic.twitter.com/ULkROxwet1
— WeatherNation (@WeatherNation) October 11, 2022
Honduras officials have reported 28 casualties so far.
La tormenta #Julia ha dejado un saldo de al menos 28 fallecidos y miles de damnificados a su paso por #Centroamérica. Oscar Ortiz, corresponsal de la Voz de América, nos reporta desde Tegucigalpa que en Honduras las comunidades incomunicadas superan las 20. pic.twitter.com/Rep1KTQ5KQ
— Voz de América (@VozdeAmerica) October 12, 2022
By Wednesday, Hurricane Julia reached Mexico, causing flooding in Acapulco and other cities in the Mexican state of Guerreroacapulco.
Toma precauciones. #Acapulco a esta hora se reporta con inundaciones. #Julia causa estragos. Mira el reporte #ahora en @MeganoticiasMx pic.twitter.com/IVyAcV8LfU
— Yoelí Ramírez (@Yoeliramirez) October 12, 2022
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