Wednesday, March 22, 2017

Disastrous Flooding In Peru

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Estimado Doctor,

Ay, ¡qué horror! 

Y  ¡qué lástima!  que tuviste que cancelar tu viaje.

Dicen que los estragos de la inundación provocan los mayores efectos perjudiciales en la psiquis de los damnificados de entre todas las catástrofes naturales.

Mentenme al tanto.

Gracias hombre.

Paz contigo


On Tue, Mar 21, 2017 at 11:16 PM, REM wrote:

Peru Struggles With Torrential Downpours

VOA News Sun, Mar 19 11:40 PM PDT 

Peruvians are struggling to cope with avalanches, mudslides and extensive flash flooding caused by torrential downpours that killed have at least 75 people and left more than 100,000 homeless since January. In the Peruvian capital, Lima, residents lined up for drinking water Sunday after clogged water treatment systems caused restrictions on running water. Schools have been closed in Lima and, with some areas without running water for three days, supermarkets are reporting a shortage of bottled water. A sudden and abnormal warming of Pacific waters off Peru has unleashed the deadliest heavy rains in decades with raging rivers sweeping away people and vehicles, clogging highways and destroying ...
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Peru struggles with devastating El Niño flooding

Peruvians struggled on Sunday to cope with avalanches, mudslides and extensive flash flooding caused by torrential downpours, and forecasters predicted still more rain ahead, prolonging the country’s woes. The highly unusual rains follow a series of storms that have struck hard along Peru’s northern coast, with voracious waters inundating hospitals and leaving some small villages isolated. The storms are being caused by a warming of the surface waters in the Pacific Ocean and are expected to continue for another two weeks. Peru’s government said 

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