Hurricane knocked a lot of trees, without electricity left about 700 thousand Americans.
Video shows storm surge from Hurricane #Florence begin to inundate New Bern, North Carolina as the Neuse River overflowed its banks and flooded parts of the town. https://t.co/4p1JzVCrLz pic.twitter.com/k7pmZkRDqc
— ABC News (@ABC) 14 September 2018
At least four people died in the US because of the hurricane Florence, which struck the east coast of the United States on the morning of September 14. Despite the fact that during its advance it has weakened to a tropical storm, as a result of its impact, the roads were damaged and flooded, the wires were torn off, trees were tumbled down.
The mother and child were killed because a tree fell on their house, another person was electrocuted, and a woman was reported to whom the ambulance did not arrive. According to Reuters, there are already five dead.
1.7 million people were warned about the probability of evacuation, about 10 thousand military and rescue workers were sent to help the local residents.
According to data compiled by meteorologist Ryan May, in a week, Florence will bring down nearly 70 trillion liters of water to North and South Carolina, Virginia, Georgia, Tennessee, Kentucky and Maryland.