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MILLIONS  OF  HUMANS  ON  THE  WAY,  very  afraid  bec. Hurricane  "IRMA"  and  still  3  other  Hurricanes !

5 millions  people  have  just  NO  power  and  the  most  houses  are  broken  on  the  west  side  of  Florida !  Also  the  little  town  "Fort  Myers"  where  I've  friends.  They  had  a  wonderful  white  house  with  2  pools,  a very  big  american  kitchen,  many  plants,  double  garage,  king-size  bed's  etc.  -   NO  sign,  if  I  lost  my  old  friends  in  Fort  Myers....

They  invited  me  1995,  I  was  flown  over  Atlanta...   WOW,  what  a  very  very  big  airport :) I  will  see  all  tmw  in  TV....  Many  pensioners  only  had  little  houses  of  wood  in  Fort  Myers.  Such  of  houses  mostly  first  broken.  TRUMP  will  "soon"  go  to  Florida,  but  soon  all  money  is  consumed  for  so  many  catastrophes !!   A  SAD  END-TIME  ;-((

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JUST  NOW  ALREADY  6,2  MILLION  PEOPLE  WITHOUT  POWER  AT  HOME.. Updated on September 11, 2017, 9:20 pm "Irma" was like a deluge - for the whole of Florida. Even in the north-east of the

MILLIONS  OF  HUMANS  ON  THE  WAY,  very  afraid  bec. Hurricane  "IRMA"  and  still  3  other  Hurricanes ! 5 millions  people  have  just  NO  power  and  the  most  hous

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JUST  NOW  ALREADY  6,2  MILLION  PEOPLE  WITHOUT  POWER  AT  HOME..

Updated on September 11, 2017, 9:20 pm

"Irma" was like a deluge - for the whole of Florida. Even in the north-east of the US state, floods occur. Millions of households are without electricity. And the extent of the damage is not yet foreseeable.

Floods, flooding roads, power failures: After Hurricane "Irma" with Urgewalt over Florida, the federal state with the consequences struggles.

The storm cracked roofs in many parts and cut off power lines. There were reports of looting and burglaries. At least four people were killed.

Although the feared worst disaster scenarios in Florida did not materialize, the first damage balances of the storm were nevertheless huge.
6.2 million households in Florida without electricity

The storm had captured the entire peninsula because of its enormous size. Cities in the North East also fought with floods.

According to the authorities, 6.2 million households in Florida were cut off from the electricity supply on Monday - more than half of all households in the state. The disaster control authority Fema expected that some areas could still have no electricity for weeks.

After the storm is before cleaning up....

In Miami, Wassermassen welled through the old town and the banking district. Pictures and videos showed how the storm pushed the water into the city and made large roads into torrential rivers. Also from the central city of Orlando reported local media and eyewitnesses on Twitter of hip-high water.
Some areas of the Caribbean uninhabitable

It allows Florida financial aid to the federal government. The US Department of Defense sent three ships to Florida's coast to support the rescue operations.

"Irma" has been holding the region for days. On his travel through the Caribbean the storm had cost more than 20 people, according to unofficial estimates, some areas are considered uninhabitable.

Severe damage occurred in Cuba, the Virgin Islands, Barbuda and Saint-Bartélémy.

France's President Emmanuel Macron announced to visit the island Saint-Martin on Tuesday, which is also seriously affected. Already on Sunday (local time) the Dutch king Willem-Alexander had spoken with victims on the island of Curacao.


After the storm is before cleaning up: How big the damage will be at the end is still completely unclear - but it will probably be many billions of dollars. "Irma" was so big that she covered the entire peninsula.
6.2 million households in Florida without electricity

The storm had captured the entire peninsula because of its enormous size. Cities in the North East also fought with floods.

According to the authorities, 6.2 million households in Florida were cut off from the electricity supply on Monday - more than half of all households in the state. The disaster control authority Fema expected that some areas could still have no electricity for weeks.
On the south-west coast of Florida, the sun shone again on Monday. Daniel Rodriguez (34) was able to return to his house. The damage inside was limited. But there was a tree on the roof.

Together with his stepmother Emiliano, with neighbors and friends, Rodriguez tried to make at least the completely devastated access road again usable. With machetes and chainsaws they worked at 30 degrees Celsius the crosswise trees.

573 emergency shelters for 155,000 people

Donald Trump wants to travel to Florida

The ABC radio reported five dead who died in Florida in car accidents or found dead in their homes. The New York Times wrote of four deaths. The numbers could go up.

US President Donald Trump announced he wanted to travel to Florida as soon as possible to get a picture of the damage. "These are storms of catastrophic proportions," he said on Monday.

At the same time, the President appealed to the company's common sense. "If Americans are in need, they stand together."

Even before "Irma" hit the mainland, Trump had issued an emergency declaration.
Some areas of the Caribbean uninhabitable

It allows Florida financial aid to the federal government. The US Department of Defense sent three ships to Florida's coast to support the rescue operations.

"Irma" has been holding the region for days. On his travel through the Caribbean the storm had cost more than 20 people, according to unofficial estimates, some areas are considered uninhabitable.

Severe damage occurred in Cuba, the Virgin Islands, Barbuda and Saint-Bartélémy.

France's President Emmanuel Macron announced to visit the island Saint-Martin on Tuesday, which is also seriously affected. Already on Sunday (local time) the Dutch king Willem-Alexander had spoken with victims on the island of Curacao.

MAYBE  MORE  LATER....     But  our  LIBRARIAN  also  posted  current  NEWS  about  all !

( report  translated  by  google ) 

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DANKE  liebe  Heidi,   ja...  Psalm  55:22  ist  ein  wunderschöner  Bibel text  wenn  wir  Probleme  haben. Wir  können  Jehova  alles  erzählen :x  Liebe  Grüsse  und  bis  bald !  /  Ich  poste  jetzt  auch  wieder  mehr  in  der  Deutschen  Region,  kannst  ja  mal  schauen.  Auch  Erfahrungen  und  mehr...  Viel  Freude :)

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