Saturday 25 September 2021

Nicaragua: 6 Dead, 35,000 Affected By The Rains in June

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(TODAY NICARAGUA) The government of Nicaragua has declared a red alert after six have died and 35,000 others have been affected by the rains this months, hitting hardest the capital city of Managua.

Among the dead were two children, aged 11 and 12, and four other youths in the last two weeks of rain that has swollen rivers and streams.

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According to the report post on the government website, the rains caused damage to 11 of the 17 departments, 7,041 houses, 12 schools, a church and a health centre.

“The slopes of the volcanoes in the country are quite unstable, so during heavy rains landslides could arise that may descend at high speed,” said Guillermo Gonzalez, head of the National System of Care and Prevention (SINAPRED).

On Monday, the Secretary of the City Council, Fidel Moreno, toured the areas where heavy rains caused damages and review the clean up and repair works in progress.

Original article at Todaynicaragua.com

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