Death Toll Rises In Central America’s Devastating Storms

June 1, 2010

Central America (ChattahBox) – The number of dead in Tropical Storm Agatha is continuing to rise, now reaching 175 within Guatemala, Honduras, and and El Salvador.

A hundred people are still missing in Guatemala, with mass evacuations throughout Central America.

A state of emergency has been called in Guatemala, Honduras, and El Salvador, where bridges have collapsed, homes have been damaged, and some completely destroyed in the wake of the deadly storm.

This is in addition to the eruption of Pacaya volcano, which has left many stranded due to ash, and three died from falling rocks.



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