* Thousands of people became homeless, electricity supply stopped
Sacramento, September 30 (Hussan Ladoa Banga/Punjab Mail)- One of the deadliest ocean storms in US history has hit the Florida region. Heavy rains and strong winds have had a widespread impact on people’s lives. Thousands of people in the area have been forced to leave their homes and seek shelter in safer places. The weather department has predicted that the storm is likely to move towards the Carolinas and Georgia. Winds are blowing at a speed of 75 miles per hour in this area.
According to the National Hurricane Center, the possibility of dangerous flooding cannot be ruled out. Florida Governor Ron DeSantis has said that Coast Guard helicopters are working to evacuate people trapped in the storm. People are climbing on the roofs of their houses to avoid the flood water. He has said that the impact of the storm has been on a very large scale, due to which the damage has also been on a very large scale. According to the governor, we have never seen such a terrible storm and flood before. So far 14 people have died due to storm and flood. Power supply to more than 19 lakh homes and businesses in Florida has stopped.