«نايت» تتسبب في مقتل 20 شخصا بأمريكا.. «صور»

Residents look at the floodings of the Masachapa River following the passage of Tropical Storm Nate in the city of Masachapa, about 60km from the city of Managua on October 5, 2017. A tropical storm sliding north along Central America Thursday has unleashed heavy rains killing at least nine people in Costa Rica and Nicaragua, with forecasters predicting it could strengthen into a hurricane headed for the United States. / AFP PHOTO / INTI OCON

أعلن مسئولون أمريكيون، مقتل 20 شخصا جراء مرور عاصفة استوائية في أمريكا الوسطى.

وأدى مرور العاصفة الإستوائية «نايت» إلى مقتل 20 شخصا في أمريكا الوسطى، هم 11 فى نيكاراغوا و6 فى كوستاريكا و3 فى هندوراس، حسبما ذكرت سلطات الدول الثلاث.

وقال مسؤولون محليون، فى وقت سابق، إن العاصفة المدارية “نايت” تسببت فى سقوط أمطار غزيرة فى أنحاء أمريكا الوسطى، وأودت بحياة 3 أشخاص على الأقل فى كوستاريكا، فيما تتجه إلى ساحل الولايات المتحدة حيث من المتوقع أن تضربه كإعصار فى مطلع الأسبوع.

وقال دينيس فيلتجن المتحدث باسم المركز الوطنى الأمريكى للأعاصير، إن من المتوقع أن تكتسب العاصفة “نايت” قوة لتصبح إعصارا من الفئة الأولى بحلول الوقت الذى ستصل فيه إلى سواحل الولايات المتحدة يوم الأحد.

وأعلنت الحكومة فى كوستاريكا حالة الطوارئ وأغلقت المدارس وكل الخدمات غير الضرورية، فيما أبلغ مسؤولو الطوارئ عن مقتل ثلاثة أشخاص من بينهم طفل بسبب الأمطار الغزيرة.

ونشرت السلطات أكثر من 3500 جندى لمساعدة السكان فيما أغلقت طرقا سريعة، بسبب الانهيارات الطينية كما وردت تقارير عن انقطاع للكهرباء فى مناطق من البلاد.

Residents look at the floodings of the Masachapa River following the passage of Tropical Storm Nate in the city of Masachapa, about 60km from the city of Managua on October 5, 2017. A tropical storm sliding north along Central America Thursday has unleashed heavy rains killing at least nine people in Costa Rica and Nicaragua, with forecasters predicting it could strengthen into a hurricane headed for the United States. / AFP PHOTO / INTI OCON
Residents look at the floodings of the Masachapa River following the passage of Tropical Storm Nate in the city of Masachapa, about 60km from the city of Managua on October 5, 2017.
A tropical storm sliding north along Central America Thursday has unleashed heavy rains killing at least nine people in Costa Rica and Nicaragua, with forecasters predicting it could strengthen into a hurricane headed for the United States. / AFP PHOTO / INTI OCON
Workers clear rubble from a road following the passage of Tropical Storm Nate in the city of El Crucero, about 20km from the city of Managua on October 5, 2017. A tropical storm sliding north along Central America Thursday has unleashed heavy rains killing at least nine people in Costa Rica and Nicaragua, with forecasters predicting it could strengthen into a hurricane headed for the United States. / AFP PHOTO / INTI OCON
Workers clear rubble from a road following the passage of Tropical Storm Nate in the city of El Crucero, about 20km from the city of Managua on October 5, 2017.
A tropical storm sliding north along Central America Thursday has unleashed heavy rains killing at least nine people in Costa Rica and Nicaragua, with forecasters predicting it could strengthen into a hurricane headed for the United States. / AFP PHOTO / INTI OCON
A resident watches the rising waves in Masachapa beach during heavy rains due to Tropical Storm Nate in the city of Masachapa, about 60km from the city of Managua on October 5, 2017. A tropical storm sliding north along Central America Thursday has unleashed heavy rains killing at least nine people in Costa Rica and Nicaragua, with forecasters predicting it could strengthen into a hurricane headed for the United States. / AFP PHOTO / INTI OCON
A resident watches the rising waves in Masachapa beach during heavy rains due to Tropical Storm Nate in the city of Masachapa, about 60km from the city of Managua on October 5, 2017.
A tropical storm sliding north along Central America Thursday has unleashed heavy rains killing at least nine people in Costa Rica and Nicaragua, with forecasters predicting it could strengthen into a hurricane headed for the United States. / AFP PHOTO / INTI OCON
Residents look at the floodings of the Masachapa River following the passage of Tropical Storm Nate in the city of Masachapa, about 60km from the city of Managua on October 5, 2017. A tropical storm sliding north along Central America Thursday has unleashed heavy rains killing at least nine people in Costa Rica and Nicaragua, with forecasters predicting it could strengthen into a hurricane headed for the United States. / AFP PHOTO / INTI OCON
Residents look at the floodings of the Masachapa River following the passage of Tropical Storm Nate in the city of Masachapa, about 60km from the city of Managua on October 5, 2017.
A tropical storm sliding north along Central America Thursday has unleashed heavy rains killing at least nine people in Costa Rica and Nicaragua, with forecasters predicting it could strengthen into a hurricane headed for the United States. / AFP PHOTO / INTI OCON

A woman walks in the rain near the flooded Masachapa River following the passage of Tropical Storm Nate in the city of Masachapa, about 60km from the city of Managua on October 5, 2017. A tropical storm sliding north along Central America Thursday has unleashed heavy rains killing at least nine people in Costa Rica and Nicaragua, with forecasters predicting it could strengthen into a hurricane headed for the United States. / AFP PHOTO / INTI OCON
A woman walks in the rain near the flooded Masachapa River following the passage of Tropical Storm Nate in the city of Masachapa, about 60km from the city of Managua on October 5, 2017.
A tropical storm sliding north along Central America Thursday has unleashed heavy rains killing at least nine people in Costa Rica and Nicaragua, with forecasters predicting it could strengthen into a hurricane headed for the United States. / AFP PHOTO / INTI OCON

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