Rains in America caused havoc, 14 people died, child went missing

California: Heavy stormy rains and strong winds disrupted life in the American state of California. So far, 14 people have been killed and one child is missing.

According to the details, the American state of California is in the grip of heavy stormy rains and strong winds. After the heavy rains, the roads were flooded and traffic was suspended.

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The concerned authorities have announced the decision to evacuate citizens from certain areas to save their lives. Authorities have ordered residents of Monte Cito, Toro Valley, Sycamore Valley and Pedro Lane in Carpinteria to leave the area immediately.

According to the report of the foreign news agency, the citizens living in the affected areas have been appealed to move to higher ground. In this regard, an evacuation center has been established in Santa Barbara for the refugees.

According to the latest statement released by the National Weather Service, storms and torrential rains are predicted to continue today, especially in Southern California.

It may be noted that in the last two days, more than a foot of rain has fallen in some parts of the state, resulting in dangerous floods and more than two lakh households are without electricity till Tuesday morning.

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