As a result of hurricane “Dorian” killed dozens of people and destroyed large number of buildings
As it became known that about 500 thousand consumers in the canadian provinces of new Brunswick, Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island were left without power supply with the arrival of a terrible hurricane “Dorian”, reports channel CTV. He had already reached the Atlantic coast of Canada.
So, according to the National meteorological Bureau, the disaster has brought heavy rains accompanied by strong winds with gusts up to 43 m/s. Reported hundreds of fallen trees and ripped roofs of homes in coastal areas of the region. In Halifax (Nova Scotia) wind gusts knocked a large construction crane that collapsed at a house under construction. Nothing yet on casualties or injuries is not known.
Forecasters emphasize that “Dorian” is still considered a hurricane in the second degree, out of a possible five on the Saffir — Simpson scale. The height of the waves on the coast during the passage of the disaster has now reached 15 m.
In turn, the Ministry of national defence of Canada on Saturday, September 7, announced that on Sunday to eliminate the consequences of the passage of the elements will be sent to the region 700 troops.
Earlier it was reported that the storm “Dorian” killed about 43 people. Rescuers fear that number to increase dramatically.
Also zafiksirovan hundreds of cases of missing persons. Rescuers continued from the rubble to evacuate the victims.
“About a thousand people still missing,” said CNN Director General of the Ministry of tourism and aviation of the Bahamas Joey Jibril.
More than a thousand people remained without a roof over his head. Also destroyed many of the administrative building. Hurricane “Dorian” caused catastrophic destruction.
Recall that the elements attacked the country, many of the victims, “we are in the midst of historical tragedy.”
As reported Politeka, the disaster has hit the country: the element sweeps away everything in its path.
Also Politeka wrote that the fierce element was erased from the face of the Earth Bahamas: worst is yet to come.