United States: Nemo left ten dead and half million without electricity
United States, February 10, 2013
Nemo, the storm of snow, that affected the northeastern of the United States, already killed ten people and left nearly half a million people without electricity.
In the state of Connecticut six died, including a boy of 11 years, two in New York and one in New Hampshire and other in Boston.
According to the U.S. network NBC: “The Police rescued dozens of people from their vehicles that were trapped by snow.”
During the day on Saturday, the situation was slowly improving. The airports of New York began its activity.
The governor of Connecticut, Dannel Malloy, said: “Nemo will continue for a few more days”. The snow in cities like Hampden exceeded one meter high while in all other states of the northeastern United States were higher than levels reaching 29 centimeters.
Around 460,000 people remain without electricity, of which about 310,000 live in Massachusetts and 115,000 in Rhode Island.