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“Anpan” hit at least 15 people in India and Bangladesh

Amphan, the strongest super strong cyclone that has hit South Asia in decades, has hit Bangladesh and the east coast of India, bringing violent storms and causing severe flooding. It has been known to cause at least 15 deaths. Will rise. Many residents lost their homes and were placed in temporary shelters. Another 3 million people were affected by the power outage.

"Anpan" hit the east coast of Bangladesh and India.  AP
“Anpan” hit the east coast of Bangladesh and India. 
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Heavy rains and storm surges combined with storm surges have turned many cities and villages into Ze Guo. Trees and overhead cables were blown down, and houses were damaged everywhere. Kolkata, the capital of West Bengal in India, is one of the hardest hit areas.

The head of the West Bengal government said: “This typhoon occurred when the New Coronary Pneumonia epidemic raged. It is worrying. We do not know how to deal with it. Some coastal villages were almost razed to the ground.”

Before the landing of “An Pan” A total of nearly 3 million people have evacuated from neighboring Bangladesh. The Bangladesh Meteorological Bureau pointed out that “An Pan” struck Sadakira district in southwestern Bangladesh with wind speeds of 151 kilometers per hour.

“Anpan” is now moving north or northeast and is expected to weaken into a tropical depression later on Thursday, but the Meteorological Bureau predicts that the severe weather will continue for some time. In the case of the New Coronary Pneumonia epidemic, the wind shelters could not be full, which made the disaster relief work complicated.

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