The consequences of "Maria" hurricane in the Caribbean

• The consequences of "Maria" hurricane in the Caribbean

No sooner had the Caribbean to recover from the hurricane, "Irma", as nature has prepared them to even more serious challenge: tropical storm "Maria" in just 30 hours, has become the highest hurricane - the fifth - category. wind speed reached 257 kilometers per hour with gusts to 300 kilometers per hour.

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Cock. (Photo by Ricardo Arduengo):

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"Never before like this has happened: impact of elements feel the whole island." (Photo by Hector Retamal):

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By the time of arrival in Puerto Rico "Maria" weakened to the fourth category, but it is quite a dangerous indicator: for hurricane of similar force characteristic wind around 200-250 km / h. (Photo by Hector Retamal):

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The result turned out to be torn trees that hit houses and metal shields. On some islands storm surge led to a rise in water level of up to three meters. (Photo by Carlos Garcia Rawlins | Reuters):

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According to the Governor of Puerto Rico, a country completely destroyed, however, to assess the damage will be possible only after a comprehensive inspection, including from the air. Data from different points of the state does not act: 3, 5 million people living on the islands, were left without electricity and communication. (Photo by Carlos Giusti):

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ragged storm trees. Puerto Rico, 21 September 2017. (Photo by Carlos Giusti):

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Underwater streets. (Photo by Ricardo Arduengo):

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Puerto Rico, 20 September 2017. (Photo by Ricardo Arduengo):

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San Juan - the capital and largest city of Puerto Rico. (Photo by Alex Wroblewski):

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