44 Dead As Flash Floods Hit New York Area In “Historic” Weather Event

Flash flooding caused by the remnants of Hurricane Ida killed at least 44 people in the New York area overnight into Thursday, including several who perished in basements during the “historic” weather event officials blamed on climate change.

Record rainfall, which prompted an unprecedented flash flood emergency warning for New York City, turned streets into rivers and shut down subway services as water cascaded down platforms onto tracks.

“I’m 50 years old and I’ve never seen that much rain ever,” said Metodija Mihajlov whose basement of his Manhattan restaurant was flooded with three inches of water.

44 Dead As Flash Floods Hit New York Area In “Historic” Weather Event

Ida’s record rain floods New York-area homes, subways; at least 48 dead

New York City flooding Live updates: At least 46 dead after floodwaters from Ida’s remnants swamp 6 US states

At least 44 people dead in New York due to heavy rains caused by Hurricane Ida

Hurricane Ida: Flash Floods Hit New York Area, 44 Dead | Key Points

New York City flood: न्यूयॉर्क में ‘इडा’ तूफान की तबाही, 14 लोगों की मौत, पहली बार लगा आपातकाल

New York City flood: न्यूयॉर्क में ‘इडा’ का कहर, अबतक 41 लोगों की हुई मौत

New York Storm Ida: न्यूयॉर्क में तूफान Ida ने मचाई तबाही, भारी बारिश और बाढ़ में 44 लोगों की मौत

तूफान Ida ने डुबो दिए New York सहित कुछ शहर, देखें तबाही का डरावना मंजर दिखाते कुछ वीडियो





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