Natural disaster 2 September 2021. New York is sinking! A terrible flood after Hurricane Ida hit the USA
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The New York City metropolitan area was struck by sudden disaster on Wednesday night as the remnants of Hurricane Ida flooded subways, roads, and homes. Governor Kathy Hochul declared a state of emergency and has asked for federal help for the worst natural disaster to strike the area since 2012’s Superstorm Sandy.
As New York and surrounding areas continue to evaluate the destruction wrought by Hurricane Ida.
Governor Hochul held a press conference Thursday morning in a neighborhood of Queens strewn with debris following the flooding, where she and other high-ranking officials struggled to comprehend what had transpired. “The human loss, which is hard to imagine — that people simply in their cars, in their homes, in their basements succumbed to the ravages of a brutal storm,” she said.
Hochul cited the “record-shattering” rainfall, which deposited 3.15 inches of rain in Central Park in a single hour, breaking a record that was set barely two weeks ago. “That says to me that there are no more cataclysmic, unforeseeable events,” Hochul said. “We need to foresee these in advance and be prepared.”
Mayor Bill de Blasio called the storm “horrifying” and said that people in New York City “are going through hell right now” and need help.
“What we’ve got to recognize is the suddenness, the brutality of storms now — it is different. A record set two weeks ago, another record set now, rainfall like we haven’t seen ever before,” he said. “This is the biggest wake-up call we could possibly get. We’re gonna have to do a lot of things differently and quickly.”
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