Hurricane Florence turns into storm, at least 5 killed

Hurricane Florence turns into storm, at least 5 killed
Hurricane Florence turns into storm, at least 5 killed

Hurricane Florence turns into storm, at least 5 killed

Wilmington:
Florence hurricane reached to US in Carolina on Friday and at least five people were reportedly killed. A woman and her child were included in the list of death people.

In the eastern states of America, the storm is raining due to the storm and the rivers are on the boom. Hundreds of people have been trapped in their homes due to the storm surge of three meters in the North Burns town of North Carolina, located at the banks of Nieux Rivers. The population of this town is 30,000.

National Hurricane Center (NHC) told that hurrican Florence came with a tropical storm at 8 o’clock in the local time, but officials have warned that the threat is still not be lowered.

North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper said, there is a possibility of rain in many more days. At the same time, he told the incident of storm occurring in forty-four years. By the weekend our rivers will continue to live on the boom and even more floods will occur. Five people have been confirmed dead in the storm and many others are being investigated whether they are deaths in the storm or not.

A woman and her child were killed while trees nearby their home was fallen in New Hanover County and one person was killed while he was trying to start a generator in Lennier County. Local officials have also reported another death in Pender County, where due to falling of trees an emergency woman could not get emergency services. The woman had a heart attack.

The White House said that President Donald Trump can visit storm-affected areas by next week when it will be decided that rescue work will not be affected due to his visit.

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