Hurricane Sally Flooded America
Hurricane Sally in the U.S. coastal region of Alabama and Florida caused flooding in nearby cities. Flood warnings have been issued for Georgia and Carolina due to heavy rains.
The country’s emergency Department of Disaster Management said water had begun to seep into most southern counties as the flood situation worsened. In the meantime, various roads in Florida have been submerged. The communication system is disconnected.
Meanwhile, wildfires in California and Oregon have engulfed the entire city in toxic fumes.
Authorities say firefighters are working to bring the situation under control, although no health warnings have been issued.
The blaze, which has been raging for more than a month, has engulfed 4,000 square kilometers on the west coast.