Honduras : Tropical Storm : 2005/11/20
|Country or District||Honduras|
|Outline||In Honduras, Gamma's torrential rains, which followed several days of downpours from a cold front, cut off Caribbean coast villages, killed at least nine people and left 14 others missing|
|Human Impact||Physical Impact||Others|
Reuters AlertNet 2005/12/02
More than 30,000 people in Honduras have been left homeless by Tropical Storm Gamma, which killed 34 people there earlier this month and flooded low-lying areas, the United Nations said on Thursday.
Reuters AlertNet 2005/11/22
Tropical Storm Gamma killed at least 32 people in Honduras and many more are feared dead in mudslides in two remote villages, an emergency official said on Monday.
BBC News 2005/11/21
Heavy rain left thousands homeless in Honduras and several villages remain cut off. Gamma is the 24th storm in the Atlantic season, the busiest on record. Packing winds of around 45 mph (72km/h), it battered the northern coast of Honduras, causing flooding and mudslides that killed 11 people. Another 15 people were reported missing in that country.
BBC News 2005/11/20
A new tropical storm dumping heavy rain on the east coast of Central America has left at least three people dead.
Reuters AlertNet 2005/11/20
In Honduras, Gamma's torrential rains, which followed several days of downpours from a cold front, cut off Caribbean coast villages, killed at least nine people and left 14 others missing.
CNN NEWS 2005/11/20
Tropical Storm Gamma weakens