More than 330 dead and millions evacuated thanks to the dangerous Hurricane Matthew. The death toll from the effects of the Hurricane is constantly growing and currently 339 people were listed as dead, although it is still impossible to know the exact figure, writes Reuters citing sources of civil protection.
The victims number is growing by the hour, because of the registration of people from small towns and villages that were cut off for days from the world, and even now report the current situation.
AFP said that Hurricane Matthew jumped to Florida with pounding winds greater than 130 km/h, causing fire departments in Dayton Beach declared a curfew, which will last until tomorrow.
The US National Hurricane Center said that Matthew had become “extremely dangerous” with winds of 220 km/h (Category 5), while today approaching the coast of Florida.
Although it is still early to predict where the hurricane could inflict the most damage in the US, National Hurricane Center warned that could engulf the Atlantic coast from Florida to Georgia through South Carolina.
After Matthew another Hurricane is coming
The tropical storm Nicole is strengthened and transformed into a hurricane, said the NHC yesterday, specifying that it would hit the coast of Bermuda.
Hurricane Nicole Reached speeds of 130 mph and could accelerate in the next 24 hours, but at this point there is no need for a declaration of emergency. Nicole is located east of the devastating hurricane Matthew.