Seven dead in floods, landslides in eastern Venezuela
About 80 people have died in recent weeks in Venezuela due to heavy rains.
Regional authorities in Anzoategui in eastern Venezuela reported on Friday that seven people have died in the floods and landslides caused by torrential rains.
According to state governor Luis Marcano, the bodies of six adults and one child were found in the town of Guanta.
One of Puerto La Cruz's residents, Richar Vardagreda, said, "The whole hill fell down... We are all affected."
Valle Verde, Puerto La Cruz pic.twitter.com/IGNKtQwU0Q— GremioDocente (@GremioDocente) November 4, 2022
Over the past few weeks, about 80 people have died in Venezuela due to heavy rains, of which 54 died in landslides that took place in Las Tejerías, Aragua, on October 8.
A thousand emergency servicemen and servicewomen were deployed in Anzoategui.
The tweet below read, "More than 200 houses affected, 10 vehicles boarded up and numerous people in shelters."
#4Nov #Anzoategui #Lluvias @AlertaCambio: 4 muertos tras fuertes lluvias en Anzoátegui.— Reporte Ya (@ReporteYa) November 4, 2022
Fallecidas 3 personas en Puerto La Cruz y un niño de un año en Guanta.
Más de 200 viviendas afectadas, 10 vehículos tapiados y numerosas personas en refugios pic.twitter.com/Sqd2d3bUwm
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