A million Americans evacuated because of the hurricane

Authorities in three U.S. States have announced a large-scale evacuation because of the approaching hurricane Dorian — – it will affect about a million people. NBC News reported.

According to NBC, the hurricane will hit the coast on Monday and will rage for five days. Evacuating people from areas under threat began in the morning on September 2.

Mostly South Carolina residents will have to leave — its Governor announced it the day before. Tens of thousands of Americans living in Georgia and Florida will also have to leave their homes.

Earlier, “Dorian” reached the coast of the Bahamas, the wind speed approached 300 kilometers per hour. Because of the impact of the elements were flooded streets, the wind tore off the roofs of houses.

In late August, it was reported that US President Donald Trump proposed the use of nuclear bombs against the impending hurricanes. Later, the head of state announced that this information is not true.

Author: Flyn Braun
Graduated from Cambridge University. Previously, he worked in various diferent news media. Currently, it is a columnist of the us news section in the Free News editors.
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