2,500 people left homeless in floods caused by Hurricane Yaku in Peru

Hurricane Yaku, which was effective in the cities of Cieneguilla, Chosica, Chaclacayo, Ate, San Juan de Lurigancho, Carabayllo and Punta Hermosa, especially in the capital Lima, caused flooding.

Prime Minister Alberto Otarola stated that hundreds of homes and businesses were flooded and roads were covered with mud, and that a state of emergency would be declared in some places.

According to the Peruvian television statement, 2,500 people were left homeless due to the floods, and 100 families lost their homes completely.

Defense Minister Jorge Chavez stated that heavy machinery is trying to clean the streams and said, “Various strategies are being evaluated to ensure the safety of the people.” used the phrase.

It was shared that life in some cities came to a standstill due to landslides, closure of roads and overflow of rivers.

Peru’s National Meteorological and Hydrological Service warned citizens to be careful, noting that heavy rains will continue until tomorrow.

President Dina Boluarte announced yesterday that they declared a red alert in the capital Lima to deal with the climate events that may be caused by the tropical Hurricane Yaku.

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