Although the tropical depression Eta has already passed in Honduras this week, continues to leave many havoc and complications in that nation, which this Saturday reported that there are already 25 victims that the natural phenomenon has left, a figure that could increase in the course of the following days when the floods begin to subside.
The head of the Incident Command of the Permanent Contingency Commission (Copeco), Marvin AparicioHe commented that “officially we have 25 deaths so far”, adding that everything possible is being done to help all the families who were left without a home due to the Eta pass.
The number rose this Saturday, since 23 had been reported on Friday; Likewise, the authorities indicated that they intend for the Ramón Villeda Morales International Airport, which was closed since last Thursday, is reopening as soon as possible, but is currently receiving donations from some countries.
“I want to highlight the importance, urgently, on the recovery of the airport, we need it since the Sula Valley area has been one of the most affected,” he said.
For its part, in Nicaragua it left 1,175 families evacuated, 1007 homes affected, 139 damaged and 36 totally destroyedIn addition, they collapsed and damaged at least 99 sections on different roads in the country.