New York. Hurricane Ida has caused huge destruction in the East Coast of America. Due to heavy rains on Thursday due to the impact of the storm, the water level of rivers increased and more than 40 people drowned as water from the subsequent floods entered homes and cars. A flash flood warning was issued in the area but floods with such intensity were not expected. Between Wednesday night and Thursday morning, 46 people have died in the tornado from Maryland to Connecticut.
Phil Murphy from the Democratic Party, the governor of New Jersey, said that at least 23 people had died. “Most of these deaths were those who were trapped in their vehicles,” he said. Police said 13 people were killed in New York City, 11 of whom were killed by water entering a ground floor apartment. Three people have died in suburban Westchester County. Officials said at least five people were killed in Pennsylvania, including one person who died after being hit by a tree that was torn down by the storm, while another man was struck by a car while helping to rescue his wife. Gaya.
garbage on the streets
New York’s FDR Drive and the Bronx River Parkway were submerged as of late Wednesday. Subway stations and tracks were flooded so much that the Metropolitan Transportation Authority suspended all services. In a video posted online, Metro riders are seen standing on seats in a coach filled with water.
Other videos showed vehicles submerged to their windows on major roads in and around the city, with garbage flowing on the roads. New York Mayor Bill de Blasio declared a state of emergency in New York City late Wednesday, saying, “We are facing a historic weather event tonight with record-breaking rain, severe flooding and dangerous road conditions across the city.” Huh.’ Governor Kathy Hochul also declared a state of emergency for the province of New York.