The number of people who lost their lives due to the snowstorm in the USA rose to 34. Transportation in the country has become paralyzed, even fire trucks are stuck in the snow, it takes an average of 3 hours for ambulances to get to patients. While bats, which suffered hypothermic shock due to the cold air wave, poured onto the pavements, it is feared that the loss of life will increase due to the danger that covers 60 percent of the country.
Millions of people are on alert to survive the blizzard that killed 34 people in the United States, trapping people in their homes and leaving them without electricity and cold.
THE COUNTRY IS CONCERNED BY INCREASING DEAD COUNT
The storm’s extent stretches, on a scale rarely seen, from Canada to the Rio Grande along the Mexican border. The death toll is feared to rise as the alerts cover about 60% of the US.
IMPOSSIBLE TO TRAVEL
Thousands of flights have been canceled due to heavy snowfall, roads have become almost impassable, traveling in the vast regions of the USA is currently impossible.
Authorities are reporting that people are stuck in their cars on highways and streets. New York state governor Kathy Hochul said that even the fire trucks in the city were stuck in the snow, and ambulances were able to reach their destination after an average of three hours.
“A POTENTIALLY LIFE THREATENING DANGER”
Affecting more than 200 million people Thunder The power cuts that started due to the reason of the power outages continue.
US National Weather forecast conditions of the country “a potentially life-threatening hazard” and warned that:
“If you must travel or be outdoors, prepare for extreme cold by dressing in layers, covering as much exposed skin as possible, and putting winter safety kits in your vehicles.”
“BATS FROM THE SKY”
Of course, cold weather doesn’t just affect people. While the living conditions of homeless animals on the street are getting more difficult with each passing day, dozens of bats were found under a bridge in the state of Texas, where the temperatures dropped to -8 degrees.
Local newspapers reported that they shared images of animals. ‘bats fell from the sky’ While using the headgear, animals on the brink of death were rescued by the Houston Wildlife Center.
Bats rescued by vets are kept in an incubator to return to normal/Facebook/Houston Humane Society
The rapid decrease in air pressure and the increase in the intensity of the storm bomb cyclone It looks like it will be the US’s nightmare for a while.
National Weather Service meteorologist Brian Hurley said temperatures are expected to rise over Christmas Day. USAWhile the cold continues in the middle and northeast of , it started to rain in the northwest.
In Canada, four people died after a bus overturned on an icy road. Although experts said that the storm is expected to subside in a few days, they warned not to travel unless necessary.