Tropical Storm Hanna’s passage through the country has left three people dead, four missing, 87 rescues, and severe flooding for Nuevo León, Tamaulipas and Coahuila.
David León, National Civil Protection Coordinator, reported this morning that due to the storm 769 people were evacuated and there were affectations in 54 colonies, in addition they have the report of four communication routes with partial closure and eight total road closures.
The storm caused six landslides, five overflowing channels and more than 300 fallen trees, poles, accidents, short circuits, among others.
There is also the report of more than 320 infrastructure impacts.
It reported the damage reported by this cyclone, including 54 affected colonies, five overflowing channels, an affected hospital, 87 people rescued, 769 people evacuated, four missing persons and the unfortunate deaths of 3 people. pic.twitter.com/mIONEnxOcq
— ProtectionCivilSecurity (@CNPC_MX) July 28, 2020
David Leon warned that it continues to rain in many parts of the national territory, so he called to attend to the recommendations of the authority. In the face of the rain, he asked people to shelter and not to transit.
Romero recalled that with the tropical cyclone and rain season, which began on May 15 and ended on November 30, 12 of the approximately 37 have been reported in the country.
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