“Cyclone bomb” in the US – a million people without electricity, there are also dead


A strong storm in the United States is expected to continue today, and has already left millions of people without electricity and has caused the cancellation of 3,000 flights.

The “Cyclone bomb” hit the northeastern United States and caused floods from Maryland to Massachusetts, with heavy rain and winds.

There are at least five dead in Maryland, New York, Virginia, and Rhode Island.

The storm drowned cars on the streets brought waves to the height of a two-story building on the Massachusetts coast.

Among the dead are two children – a six-year-old boy from Virginia and an 11-year-old boy from New York, and two men from Virginia and Newport were killed by a fallen tree in the storm, while a 77-year-old woman was killed in front of her house in Baltimore.

A new storm called Vetromegodon swept the area from North Carolina to Maine.

The federal government closed all day offices in Washington one day.