With flooded roads, roads cut and evacuated at some points of the interior, this Saturday lasted the complications of the intense storm suspended Friday afternoon.
After a dawn in which the precipitations were left, Cordova was burned with water accumulated in different arteries because many drainages could not provide to evacuate the cumulative millimeter. In some areas, accumulated sweepings caused anguish by preventing storm drums.
Due to the swing of the Suquía river, part of the Costanera Avenue, in its lower sections, is cut.
Provincial evacuators were registered at the Juárez Celman Station, while in Berrotarán the flood of a stream dropped the death of a 21-year-old boy, when he tried to cross the river on a motorcycle and was trapped.
From Civil Defense they warned the neighbors and tourists because they expect floods in the rivers and mountains.
This Saturday the circulation was interrupted by the Road of the Square, while the Guinear Police carried out a cut in the route 9 to the south, at the height of the entrance to the Toledo townway by water on the road.
Intense heat, power and storm
The day on Friday was first marked by intense heat, in which the warm feeling ranged up to 48.5 degrees to 15.
During the siesta, neighbors of different sectors began to suffer cuttings in the electrical service, many of them due to the departure of a transformer at the Main West Station, Epec said.
Meanwhile, the first precipitations began in the interior, being the zone of High Grace one of the sectors in which the water began to cause waterfill.
In the Covovian capital, the sky turned black and soon the first precipitations began to accumulate 35 millimeters in one hour. It was enough for many streets to be covered with water.
The rains lasted in the morning, although with less intensity, and in the morning, the complications lasted in some sectors, as is the case of La Voz del Interior Avenue, between the Cordova Airport and the Avenuo-Ponto Circunvalación.
It is expected that the rain will continue all day and remain at least until the next Tuesday.