USA, Hurricane Adalia sweeps Florida: at least two dead.  Biden: “No one dares deny the climate crisis anymore.” – The videos

Hurricane Adalia threatens the United States in these hours, especially the states of Florida, Georgia, South Carolina and North Carolina. According to some experts, the effects could last until the end of the week, but the tally of damage and victims has already begun. Today, August 30, at least two people have died in Florida. reports CNN. It concerns a 59-year-old man who was driving a pickup truck around 6 am local time: he had to swerve due to heavy rain and fell into a ditch. Another 40-year-old man, who was also driving a truck, lost control of the vehicle while traveling at high speed. More than 400,000 people have reported power outages in Florida and Georgia, and the alert level remains very high, although the hurricane, which was initially a Category 4 hurricane, appears to be weakening. “The remnants of the storm are still battering Florida,” FEMA Administrator Diane Creswell said late afternoon, Italian time. As we speak, the storm is circling Georgia and moving toward South Carolina. And the people who live there will continue to suffer from the effects all day and possibly even the weekend. “It’s still very active,” he said, adding that “Idalia” was the strongest hurricane to hit Florida in 100 years. the Washington PostMeanwhile, it is reported that there are about 900 canceled flights in Florida. Waiting to understand if and how far the hurricane will continue to cause damage, the first categorical sentence arrives from the White House. “I think no one can deny the impact of the climate crisis anymore. Just look around. Historic floods, droughts, sweltering heat and wildfires.”

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