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Floods caused by Hurricane Ida in the United States have claimed at least 44 lives. After the hurricane, the U.S. was invaded by torrential rains that swept away cars flooding subway lines in New York and suspending air flights.
According to Reuters , in large areas of New York, New Jersey and Pennsylvania, residents were confronted with water-filled basements, power outages, damaged roofs, and calls for help from friends and family who were trapped in homes after the floods.
Flooding killed at least 40 people in the Northeast as remnants of Hurricane Ida unleashed torrential rains that swept away cars, submerged New York City subway lines and grounded airline flights, officials said pic.twitter.com/ulumJf6kgj- Reuters (@Reuters) September 3, 2021
At least 13 people lost their lives in New York City, along with three in the Westchester area. New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy said in a Twitter post that at least 23 people from that state had died in the storm.
US President Joe Biden declared an emergency in the states of New Jersey and New York and ordered federal aid to complement local response efforts due to difficult conditions resulting from the remnants of Hurricane Ida.
Roads turned into river-like streams within minutes, as rain trapped drivers in rapidly rising floodwaters. Dozens of vehicles were found abandoned on the roads of the area.