Naranjo River overflows in Guatemala, at least six people died

At least there are six people deceased Another 18 people were lost due to flooding caused by the overflow of the Naranjo River in Guatemala City.capital of the country.

Guatemalan authorities took action Three teams of 94 people will search for eight adults and ten missing children around the settlement of Dios es Fiel, according to Guatemalan radio station Emisoras Unidas.

“Given the tragedy that occurred in the Dios Es Fiel settlement due to the overflow of the river, I express my deep concern and solidarity with the families affected. First of all, there are deaths, missing people and damage to houses,” Guatemala’s outgoing president said. Alejandro Giammattei is on the social networking account X, formerly Twitter. In addition, the president reported the deployment of three teams consisting of 94 members of the National Disaster Reduction Coordinator, the Guatemalan Army, and the National Civil Police.

“Let’s unite in this very difficult time. This tragedy painfully reminds us of the reality of climate change. Action is imperative for vulnerable countries like Guatemala; all nations must act for a more sustainable future,” Giamattei added.

Source: Informacion

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