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Light, fallen trees and the explosion of roofs after the storm of Córdoba



The intense storm that was near the capital of Cordoba and the provincial territory, it was not injured or disappeared. Hugo Garrido, Secretary of State for Emergency, reaffirmed Cadena 3.

The storm ravaged at least 50 trees and roofs in some precarious homes. The rings of the city reached 85 kilometers per hour.

From the north, the storm struck southwest and westward, with a lesser impact on the northwest, southwest and east of the north, "added Garrido.

"The situations that were complicated with the precarious housing roof, we have four such events," he said.

Light cuts

Provincial Business Units of Cordoba were notified Voice This morning it generates complex storms in general throughout the province.

"The forecast is better than we have had recently, some 100 kilometers of light in places in the interior have been in operation. We are working with powerful guards as soon as possible," said Alfredo Camponovo, Speaker Spokesman.

"This phenomenon has resulted in frequent problems that have resulted in tornado features in some sectors, which have spread throughout the province, can harm ordinary suppliers, especially because they are strong winds," Camponov said.

Discipleship of Alta Gracia

The morning storm also hit hard in the province of Alta Gracia, 36 km south-west.

According to Alta Gracia, there were trees falling and roofing explosions. In that city, wind gusts made 100 kilometers per hour. As in the capital of Cordoba, no injuries were reported.

Alta Gracia trees shattered (Department of Civil Defense Alta Gracia and Santa María Department).

A large tree fell into Costanera Sur, when another large tree fell, while it was being built in the San Juan neighborhood park, they said.

In Parque Virrey, the roofs of a house were lit. A family had to evacuate.

Alta Gracia trees shattered (Department of Civil Defense Alta Gracia and Santa María Department).


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