Συνεχίζονται τα προβλήματα εν όψει του τυφώνα Sandy

Δημοσιεύτηκε: Δευτέρα, 29 Οκτωβρίου 2012 18:57

Συνεχίζονται τα προβλήματα εν όψει του τυφώνα Sandy

Ο κυβερνήτης της Νέας Υόρκης ανακοίνωσε ότι κλείνουν δύο σήραγγες. Χιλιάδες Βρετανοί σήμερα εγκατέλειψαν την Αμερική λόγω της μεγαλύτερης καταιγίδας στη ιστορία των ΗΠΑ. Ο τυφώνας Sandy θα επηρεάσει έως και 50 εκατομμύρια ανθρώπους, έχουν κλείσει όλα τα δίκτυα μεταφορώ,τα σχολεία.

Ο τυφώνας έχει πλέον εξελιχθεί σε 1.000 μίλια πλάτος και αυξάνεται με ταχύτητα προς το hurtles New Jersey, όπου αναμένεται να φτάσει  σε ξηρά αργότερα σήμερα.  Η Νέα Υόρκη πρόκειται να αισθανθεί  τις επιπτώσεις από τις 14:00 τοπική ώρα (18:00 GMT). Η καταιγίδα θα κορυφωθεί απόψε και στη συνέχεια θα υποχωρήσει  τις πρώτες πρωινές ώρες .

No go area: A truck drives through water pushed over a road by Hurricane Sandy in Southampton on Long Island, New York, on MondayNo one at home: An abandoned home is inundated with water at Shinnecock Bay in Southampton on Long Island, New York, on Monday

Here it comes: Waves wash over the sea wall near high tide at Battery Park in Manhattan, New York, as Hurricane Sandy approaches the East Coast on Monday morning

Coming through: Waves wash over the sea wall near high tide at Battery Park in Manhattan, New York, on Monday, with New Jersey in the background

Watch out: A man looks at the rising tides in Battery Park as Hurricane Sandy makes its approach in Manhattan, New York, with the Statue of Liberty in the distance

Keep away: Rough surf of the Atlantic Ocean breaks over the dunes on Monday morning in Cape May, New Jersey, as high tide and Hurricane Sandy begin to arrive

Wet wet wet: Rough surf of the Atlantic Ocean breaks over the beach and across Beach Avenue on Monday morning in Cape May, New Jersey

 

 

 

 

 

The Hudson River swells and rises over the banks of the Hoboken, N.J. waterfront as Hurricane Sandy approaches on Monday, Oct. 29, 2012.Having fun: Lifelong Cape May residents Andy Becica (left) and Peter Wilson (right) stand in rough surf along the Atlantic Ocean on Monday morning in New Jersey

Matison Cos, 3, tries to stay warm and dry along the Rehoboth Beach boardwalk as her family come to see the approaching Hurricane Sandy in Rehoboth Beach, Delaware

Eerie skies: Rain and wind pass over the Brooklyn Bridge and the New York skyline as Hurricane Sandy advances on the city on Monday

 

 

Holiday misery: Up to 2,500 Britons could be stranded in New York as flights are cancelled because of Hurricane Sandy

Stranded: Travellers surround a flight monitor showing cancelled flights at LaGuardia airport in New York last night