21 January 2022,   15:20
Extreme levels of flood danger were announced in at least 41 places in New York

The United States, has been devastated by torrential rains caused by Hurricane Ida. At least 41 people have been killed in flash floods in New York City. Many people were killed in their basements, writes Hindplanet.

Extreme levels of flood danger were announced in New York City on Friday, with heavy rainfall expected.

The situation is that streets and roads have turned into canals. Hundreds of flights from LaGuardia and JFK airports have been canceled due to the change in weather. Where the terminals are flooded with rainwater.

Roads in New Jersey and New York, Manhattan, the Bronx and Quiz have been closed due to the floods. At least 23 people have been killed in the city so far, according to New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy. A state of emergency has been declared in New York City and the rest of the state.

It is said that such a storm comes once in a century and this storm has almost destroyed the entire system of the United States. Big cities like New York and New Jersey are badly affected. The situation is similar in many other parts of the country. The Newark International Airport building was flooded. At the same time, all train services are closed. The situation there is out of control.