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Three dead and one missing due to the rains (photos & video)

The persistent rains of the last two days have caused in Nicaragua the death of three people, dragged by rivers grown in Jinotega, Boaco and Siuna. A missing person was also reported. The precipitations has continued for more than 48 hours non-stop, have saturated soils...

Heavy rains cause floods & landslides In Central Pacific (Photos)

During the night Thursday and early morning of this Friday, 12 shelters were set up for around 700 people affected by the rains and floods. Alexander Solis, president of the National Commission of Emergencies (CNE) said that in the last hours there have been heavy...

More than 1,100 people in shelters due to heavy rains

A total of 1,173 people have been housed in shelters due to the heavy rains that began Friday, July 13. According to explained director of risk management of the Comisión Nacional de Emergencias (CNE) National Emergencies Commission, Lorena Romero, 20 sites are open across...

The Heavy Rains Of Friday Night (Photos)

Images of the Friday, July 13, rains from various internet sources. See the Q reports: Driver Killed When Truck Hit By Landslide On The Ruta 32 Yellow Alert: Rains Generated By High Pressure System Hit Hard Limón and Turrialba

Mutiplaza Escazu Offered “Waterfalls” On Tuesday

Multiplaza Escazu on Tuesday afternoon suffered damage to a part of the ceiling and flooded corridors due to the heavy rains. According to the Escazu municipal police, they received reports from the mall's security that some roof panels had come loose. Some in the social media...

Heavy Rains Flood Downtown San Jose; Landslide In Desamparados

The heavy rains of Wednesday afternoon once again flooded areas of downtown San Jose, the Hatillos, San Sebastian and Cañada del Sur. On the south side of San Jose, in Desamparados, a landslide... In San Jose, in the downtown area of Chinatown once again became...

Heavy Rains Thursday Afternoon Flood Paseo Colon

Q COSTA RICA - The heavy rains this past week have caused problems all around the Greater Metropolitan Area (GAM) of San Jose, flooding of homes and damaged bridges, mainly in east side. However, the worst may be Thursday afternoon's flooding of Paseo Colon, in...

Last Hurrah: Heavy Rains Cause Floods In Many Areas In The Southern Zone

Q COSTA RICA NEWS - Heavy rains in the last two days have flooded homes and villages in the southern zone. Areas like Puerto Jiménez, Rincón, Golfito and Pavones were the most affected. Other areas affected by the rains include Finca Coto, Ciudad Neily...

In Guacanaste, The NEW Cañas-Liberia Road Floods With Heavy Rains

by Wilberth Villalobos Castrillo, Vozdeguanacaste.com - Three months after the Cañas-Liberia highway began to be used, some sections are flooding due to clogging of drainage along the roadway. The situation affects Bagaces, Cañas and Liberia, whose mayors blame the National Highway Council (CONAVI- Consejo Nacional...

Missing Were Oars To Move Around San Jose Friday Afternoon (Photos and Video)

QCOSTARICA - It seemed Venice, but no...it was San Jose, Costa Rica on Friday, a city with many areas flooded by the intense rains and collapsed sewers. Following are photos posted on the social media and a video by Crhoy.com ...

Director of CNE Dismissed In The Middle of Emergency Efforts In The Caribbean

(QCOSTARICA) Few details were available when President Luis Guillermo Solis confirmed this morning the dismissal of the director of the National Emergency Commission (Comisión Nacional de Emergencias - CNE), Edgar Ruiz, knee-deep in the midst of the emergency caused by the heavy rains in...

National Emergency Declared in the Caribbean, Turrialba and Sarapiqui Areas

(QCOSTARICA) President Luis Guilldermo Solis yesterday declared a state of emergency in eight cantones of the Caribbean coast and Northenr Zone to due the extensive damages caused by the heavy rains in recent days. The cantones to benefit from the declaration are Limón, Talamanca, Matina,...

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