(MENAFN- NewsBytes) Flash floods and tornadoes have killed at least 45 people across six American states as remnants of Hurricane Ida continue to wreak havoc. New York and New Jersey, both of which are under a state of emergency, saw record levels of rainfall over the past couple of days. Hurricane Ida is one of the most powerful ever to hit the US Gulf Coast.
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- 23 deaths in NJ; 14 in New York City
Details 23 deaths in NJ; 14 in New York City
New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy confirmed at least 23 deaths in his state, many of whom were trapped in their vehicles as water levels rose. The storm claimed 14 lives in New York City, including a two-year-old boy. In Pennsylvania, five people lost their lives while a police officer died in Connecticut. Deaths were also reported from the states of Maryland and Virginia.
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