Sunday, October 13, 2013

Hurricane Faylin of the fifth degree , hit the eastern coast of India . There are at least 23 victims.

Hurricane Faylin of the fifth degree , hit the eastern coast of India .
There are at least 23 victims.

Wind speeds of 200-240 kilometers per hour. Storm accompanied by torrential rain. Wave heights along the coast exceed 3.5 meters .
In the disaster area are about 12 million people .
State governments of Orissa and Andhra Pradesh have evacuated nearly 600 000 people
Authorities fear a great loss not only housing, but also roads , farm, g , p.trasport , plants and more.
Hurricane Faylin is the strongest in 14 years .
There are already at least 23 people died : four were overwhelmed by the wind and broken trees , old woman died when the roof collapsed on it and 18 fishermen who were unable to return to the coast of India before the oncoming Hurricane " Faylin " have disappeared .
Their ships were also located about 4 km from Paradip port on Saturday .
Wave height at sea reached 7.5 meters .
In 1999, about 15,000 people were killed in Orissa when the super cyclone hit with winds of 260 kilometers per hour.
Wave height then reached six meters .
The area on the east coast were sent thousands of military, police and national systems for emergency management .

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