In Central America, landslides caused by floods have killed 45 people

The number of victims of floods and landslides caused by heavy rains in Central America, has reached 45 people, with the largest number of victims — 22 people — recorded in Guatemala, reports Reuters.

Rainfall in the region began on 12 October this year, causing major flooding and mudslides, leaving many communities have been cut off from the world, thousands of people were forced to flee their homes. For example, in Honduras, killing 9 people, residents of flooded villages had to wait for emergency assistance on rooftops, and in Costa Rica after the state of emergency had been evacuated residents of the capital — Sanya Jose.

In Guatemala Gadurase and torrential rains cease, while in Nicaragua, El Salvador and Costa Rica Poetry began to recede.

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