Death toll tops 40 after Ida’s remnants blindside Northeast
Hurricane Ida: Twenty two dead in New York City, New Jersey and Pennsylvania as Ida brings flash flooding
A stunned US East Coast woke up Thursday to a rising death toll, surging rivers and destruction after the remnants of Hurricane Ida walloped the region with record-breaking rain, filling low-lying apartments with water and turning roads into car-swallowing canals. The storm killed at least 32 people from Maryland to New York on Wednesday night and Thursday morning.
NY, NJ governors say aid is coming as Ida death toll rises to 46
The governors of New York and New Jersey said on Friday they expected to receive significant funding and assistance from the federal government after flash flooding from Hurricane Ida left a trail of destruction, killing at least 46 in the Northeast. New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy announced $10 million in state grants to help small businesses that suffered damage and flagged expected federal aid after U.S. President Joe Biden approved an emerg…
41 Dead After Hurricane Ida Causes Flash Flooding in New York, Turns Streets into Rivers
Flash flooding caused by the remnants of Hurricane Ida killed at least 41 people in the New York area overnight into Thursday, including several who perished in their basements during the "historic" weather event that officials blamed on climate change.
Remnants of Hurricane Ida hits north-east, killing more than 40
Heavy rain, flooding and tornadoes swept through New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Connecticut and Maryland, bringing death and destructionGood morning.At least 46 people were killed in sudden heavy rains, flooding and tornadoes brought on in the north-east by the remnants of Hurricane Ida. Authorities are still working to grasp the full scope of Ida’s destruction in New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Connecticut and Maryland.Continue reading…
Ida's record rain floods New York-area homes, subways; at least 44 dead
Flash flooding killed at least 44 people in four Northeastern states as remnants of Hurricane Ida unleashed torrential rains that swept away cars, submerged New York City subway lines and grounded airline flights, officials said on Thursday.