© Reuters. On September 2nd, in Brooklyn, New York City, the remnants of tropical storm Ida brought heavy rains, flash floods and tornado threats to parts of the northern Mid-Atlantic, and the park’s amusement equipment was flooded.
(Reuters)-The White House said in a statement on Thursday that US President Joe Biden declared a state of emergency in New York State and ordered federal assistance to help regional emergency responders deal with the damage caused by the waning Hurricane Ida.
Due to heavy rains caused by hurricane remnants, floods caused at least 44 deaths in four northeastern states, including New York.
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