Hurricane Irma Left Without Electricity More than 3.4 Million Buildings in Florida
More than 3.4 million buildings are out of power after Hurricane Irma hit the US state of Florida yesterday, the BBC reported.
Parts of Miami are underwater as a result of the natural disaster that has lost most of its power and is already referred to as a tropical storm. "Irma" took at least three lives in Florida. There is no information about injured Bulgarians, the Bulgarian Embassy in the United States said.
"Hurricane Irma is a great monster," said US President Donald Trump, who plans to visit Florida soon. Prior to the hurricane, he urged residents living in the most endangered areas to evacuate and reminded them that property is being restored but lives not. Trump signed the decree to provide USD 15 billion for the victims of the natural disaster.
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