The US Florence has killed at least 11 hurricanes or lasted for a week.

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 The US Florence has killed at least 11 hurricanes or lasted for a week.


Overseas network September 16 electric hurricane Florence landed on the eastern coast of the United States on September 13, local time, has caused at least 11 deaths.

At least 11 people in North Carolina and South Carolina have been killed by Hurricane Florence, local officials said, CNN reported. Among them, three people died from flooding caused by the hurricane, some were killed by trees blown down by the hurricane, and some died of heart disease because of checking the safety of pets outside the house during the storm. Hurricane Florence landed on the east coast of the United States on September 13, local time, the strongest hurricane in the United States for 30 years. The hurricane caused a 3-meter storm surge, flooded streets, blacked out more than 430,000 households and cancelled more than 1,500 flights on the east coast of the United States. Previously, North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper warned local residents: Do not relax vigilance, do not take it lightly, this huge storm has the power to kill people. Hurricanes may last for nearly a week. According to the European Meteorological Model, the Meteorological Center predicts that next week precipitation in North Carolina will reach 7.5 trillion to 42.2 trillion litres, enough to submerge the Empire State Building nearly 40,000 times. Source: overseas web editor: Luo Jiazhen _NBJS6445

At least 11 people in North Carolina and South Carolina have been killed by Hurricane Florence, local officials said, CNN reported. Among them, three people died from flooding caused by the hurricane, some were killed by trees blown down by the hurricane, and some died of heart disease because of checking the safety of pets outside the house during the storm.

Hurricane Florence landed on the east coast of the United States on September 13, local time, the strongest hurricane in the United States for 30 years. The hurricane caused a 3-meter storm surge, flooded streets, blacked out more than 430,000 households and cancelled more than 1,500 flights on the east coast of the United States.

Previously, North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper warned local residents: Do not relax vigilance, do not take it lightly, this huge storm has the power to kill people. Hurricanes may last for nearly a week. According to the European Meteorological Model, the Meteorological Center predicts that next week precipitation in North Carolina will reach 7.5 trillion to 42.2 trillion litres, enough to submerge the Empire State Building nearly 40,000 times.