September 25, 2021

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Ida raises the help of a cow trapped in a tree after Hurricane

A cow got stuck in a tree After Hurricane Ida passed through the state of Louisiana (USA)It was blowing at a speed of 240 km per hour across the country. The video of the extraordinary rescue operation drew attention on social media, where a team from the city of Florizant tried to meet in the still flooded area and use the trees to save the animals.

The relief team was led by members of St. Bernard Church who shared pictures on social networks where they have already received 75,000 views.

Hurricane Ida hit Louisiana on Monday (30) and left New Orleans in the dark, losing at least one balance. The recording comes 16 years after Hurricane Katrina, the state’s largest city, devastated.

Hurricane

According to the local government, Ida is the second largest hurricane to hit the state after Katrina. He came from behind Louisiana Type 4 hurricane-like, windy 240 km/ H, but after a few hours it was downgraded to Type 1. The power outage caused by the storm affected more than a million people. Site PowerOutage.US. About 70,000 people suffered from lack of light Mississippi – Then where did the hurricane go.

On Sunday (29) at 11:00 pm (Brasilia time Monday 1:00 pm), 0 Ida was advancing with winds of 153 km / h, a few hours earlier, less violent than 60 km south of New Orleans.

Indirect death

A 71-year-old man who was indirectly affected by Hurricane Ida died in the town of Slidel on Monday. After being attacked by a crocodile in his barn, Flood caused by the impact of the storm.

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Timothy Chatterley went downstairs to check the condition of the flooded barn, where he did not notice a crocodile hiding there.

His 60-year-old wife was startled by the noise and went downstairs. When confronted with the incident, her husband was already without his arm, screaming in pain and asking for help, Lance Witter, a spokeswoman for the sheriff’s office, said.

The woman tried to make calls for help, but the area was without a signal due to Ida. By the time the woman returned to the barn, Chatterley was already unconscious. She tried to stop the blood with the cloth, but the man did not survive.

* With information from AFP and ANSA