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  • across Central America on Wednesday, streets were engulfed by floodwater and homes ripped to shreds in the aftermath of storm iota.

  • Over 30 people have been killed, a toll which is expected to rise as rescue workers race to reach isolated communities across the region, which was already battered by hurricane ETA just two weeks prior in Colombia.

  • Nellie Smith was one of many searching for lost family members.

  • E can't explain it.

  • E It's the worst thing a human can experience Now there are people on the streets sleeping on the streets.

  • While in Honduras residents like Jorge Garcia were forced to flee their homes.

  • Way have nowhere to go, way lost everything.

  • Our house was flooded.

  • There's no hope of returning there.

  • Meanwhile, iota was the strongest storm on record to hit Nicaragua, unleashing Category five magnitude winds on the coast starting on Monday.

  • Record rainfall triggered swelling rivers and devastating mudslides, which wiped out crops and washed away several hillsides.

  • Some 160,000 Nicaraguans and 70,000 Hondurans so far have been forced to flee to shelters.

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across Central America on Wednesday, streets were engulfed by floodwater and homes ripped to shreds in the aftermath of storm iota.

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Central America faces havoc from Storm Iota

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    林宜悉 posted on 2020/11/19
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