Hurricane IDA kills 45 people in New York after Flooding.
NEW YORK– The death toll from Hurricane Ida’s blast through the Northeast rose Thursday. After Hurricane IDA and Flooding, they claimed four times as many lives as the storm’s initial landfall.
It was. State and local officials estimate that at least 45 people died on Wednesday and Thursday.
New Jersey reported 23 deaths, while New Jersey reported 15 York, five in Pennsylvania, and one in Maryland. One in Connecticut.
The carnage comes days after Hurricane Ida barreled Sunday ashore in Louisiana. Packing 150 mph winds, Flooding, and carbon have caused at least nine deaths Monoxide poisoning has been reported in Louisiana, Mississippi, and elsewhere.
Governor of New Jersey Phil Murphy confirmed The 23 deaths in his state were announced at a news conference on Thursday afternoon.
The majority of deaths occurred when people were caught in their cars by. He said that Flooding caused the flood and was overtaken by water.
“Please keep every one of them and their belongings.” Keep your families in your prayers. Let’s pray that this number doesn’t drop. Murphy stated that Murphy was right.
Murphy added, “Please do not cross the roads.” We are not out of it. It is the first time it has been done.
U.S. Rep. Tom Malinowski, standing beside the governor, told Americans that the disaster should be a wake-up call.
“Anybody Whoever believes it is too costly to stop climate change… Malinowski stated that it was time to face the reality that we cannot afford to do so.
In New York City: The downpours transformed streets into rivers and swamped the city Apartments on the first and basement floors.
New York City was home to at least 12 deaths. Three deaths were reported in suburban Westchester County. The National Weather Service office in New York declared a flash flooding emergency.
Situations where Flooding poses a grave threat to the human health Life and death can cause catastrophic damage.”
De Blasio stated Thursday that a travel advisory was in place. They remained in force, and all non-emergency vehicles were advised to follow their lead.
Keep your feet off the streets of the city while you clean up.
“Our “Our hearts are broken for the loss of lives in last night’s storm,” de Blasio Tweeted.
“They were our fellow New Yorkers, and to their families, they were yours. In the days to come, the city will be there for your needs.”
The good news is that Ida is over. The storm’s center is now More than 100 miles east of Massachusetts. AccuWeather Senior Meteorologist said that Northeast is his preference.
“As Feerick stated that the United States is “as far as it goes,” USA TODAY. “We were sure expecting lots of rain. But, look at how fast it came.
Particularly in New York, it is possible to go down. In an hour, it can be 3-4 inches. That overwhelmed the infrastructure.
President Thursday’s address by Joe Biden was a promise to the nation of full federalism. Encourage insurance companies to cooperate with cleanup efforts.
“Message to all affected: We’re all in it together,” Biden added. “This isn’t about politics. Hurricane Ida didn’t care if you were there, Whether you are a Democrat or a Republican.
FDR New York Drive is a significant arterial on Manhattan’s east side and the Bronx River. Parkway was submerged on Wednesday night.
Video shared via social media Cars stuck in streets after making the Brooklyn Queens Expressway unpassable Queens, Elmhurst, and water racing to subway stations in Manhattan.
The New York Police Department answered numerous 911 calls. However, the department didn’t have an initial count of how many water bottles it had.
Rescues were conducted as of Thursday afternoon.
In Brooklyn: Dan Melamid stated Thursday that he had spoken to a friend via phone.
When he saw the height of his apartment from the window, he told his friend. The water was getting.
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On Wednesday, the National Weather Service measured 3.15 inches of rain in New York’s Central Park at 1:45 PM.
The record 1.94 inches fell in just one hour during Tropical Storm Henri was less than two weeks old.
Cedric Lewis, 27, a resident of Manhattan’s Upper West Side, said that he saw what looked like a new pond in Central Park Thursday morning.
Water Lewis estimated that the Flooding caused by the Flooding was approximately 7 inches. Feet deep.
“It seems like there’s supposed be. Here, there is a pond. Lewis described the scene as “ducks swimming.”
The scene is as close to “The Wizard of Oz” You could even dive. It’d be great if you could cross the bridge and into the water.
Four people were killed in New Jersey by an automobile accident. Apartment complex after Elizabeth was drenched in more than 6 inches of rain Officials from the city confirmed this.
Passaic Mayor Hector Lora said one person died there in a submerged car.
Officials from Passaic also stated that they are concerned about a woman whose baby has been swept away in the floodwaters.
Flooding Two Hillsborough residents and two Bridgewater residents were also killed, as well as one other person. Milford Borough was the scene where authorities discovered a body of a man in a car.
Authorities said that the dirt and rocks could reach up to the hood.
Anthony Lauro, owner of Anthony’s Cheesecake & Restaurant in
Bloomfield, New Jersey, said he hadn’t been this upset since his mother died.
His Restaurant, just been remodeled after a terrible year. COVID-19 has destroyed the building. The floors are covered in water and mud Kitchen and dining room.
The basement is submerged under 5 feet of water. The owner couldn’t save the Restaurant’s stock, food, and storage facilities. The Outdoor cafe is muddy and toppled.
He said, “We lost pretty much all,”
In Pennsylvania’s Montgomery County: A tree fell on a woman who died. Chairperson Valerie Arkoosh said two people drowned in the water at home.
County Board of Commissioners. One person also died in Maryland after the election. Besides, heavy rains flooded Rockville.
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