Descubra ropa de mujer elegante, casual y de vestir. [65], The hurricane moved near the Virgin Islands and made two landfalls in Puerto Rico as it egressed the Caribbean, causing considerable destruction. [3] Electricity, power, and water services were cut by Hugo across the island. [42] Boats were moved from coastal marinas to more protected harbors inland near St. Simons, Georgia. [72]:12 Emergency supplies from Paris were gathered by Catholic Air and Red Cross. [101], Charleston County was at the epicenter of Hugo's devastation. [8] Hurricane-force winds lasted for an unusually long time, battering the island from the late evening of September 17 to the morning of September 18. [122] Three beach communities in Brunswick County, North Carolina, incurred a total of $55 million in damage;[124] with at least 25 beachfront homes battered by the storm;[2] another 100 structures were threatened by coastal erosion. government. [31] Due to a lack of planning for housing shelter residents, 500 schools remained closed weeks after the storm, affecting at least 150,000 students. El peor dinero gastado de toda mi vida. Victim of Nazi twin experiments in Auschwitz | DW Documentary - … Winds gusting to 77 mph (124 km/h) was reported in Moncton. [102] Most trees were truncated 10–25 ft (3.0–7.6 m) above the ground, with others snapped or uprooted; the cost of damage was estimated by the U.S. Forest Service at between $95–115 million. [89]:14-A A UH-1 helicopter and two heavy trucks belonging to the National Guard were destroyed by debris. [103] SCE&G fully restored power to its customers in 18 days after deploying 4,703 personnel. [137] Two days after Hugo's passage, an Aérospatiale SA 330 Puma rescue helicopter crashed in La Désirade, killing nine people. [54], Although Martinique was struck by many significant storms in the 18th and 19th centuries, the last major hurricane to strike the island before Hugo occurred in 1928. Pre-owned GANESH CYCLONE 32CS 2018 CNC Lathe for only $149,500.This CNC Lathe has average cutting time and is equipped with a CNC control. [8] The intensity of the winds decreased after landfall, particularly as Hugo began interacting with the Appalachian Mountains; by dawn on September 22, Hugo was downgraded to a tropical storm when it was just west of Charlotte, North Carolina. During the 2018 North Atlantic hurricane season, Tropical Storms Alberto and Gordon as well as Hurricanes Florence and Michael made landfall in the U.S. [38]:4A A mobile home park in Loíza, one of the few in Puerto Rico, was wiped out by the storm surge and strong winds. [88] Seventy percent of buildings were destroyed and as many as 75 percent of homes lost their roofs. [2] Hugo produced a nearly 50-mile-wide (80 km) corridor of downed trees and power lines west of Charlotte,[83] and hurricane-force wind gusts extended 200 mi (320 km) inland. [31] An aerial survey from the U.S. Coast Guard found that winds unroofed 80 percent of homes between San Juan and Fajardo. The strongest wind recorded on Puerto Rico's main island was documented at Roosevelt Roads Naval Station, which reported a peak sustained wind of 104 mph (167 km/h) punctuated by a 120 mph (193 km/h) wind gust. Ships at the marina in Isle of Palms were crumpled into a heap on the mainland shore. [85] Floods impacted areas near Luqillo and low-lying portions of San Juan after water pumps lost power. [86] In these areas, over 10 in (250 mm) of rain fell in 48 hours. Three thousand houses, predominately wooden shanties, were unroofed. Its direct effects killed 67 people and inflicted $11 billion in damage. [83] While Hugo's rainfall was not sufficient to cause major river flooding in North Carolina, minor flooding impacted mountainous areas north and east of Asheville and highways in seven counties. [122] Fifteen counties in Pennsylvania reported high winds in connection with Hugo, with some sustaining damage to trees. [41] After Hugo departed the Caribbean, officials in South Florida convened on September 18 to discuss emergency preparedness plans, and some residents began to gather supplies. [87] Peak sustained winds in Hugo at the time were estimated at 140 mph (220 km/h), making it a Category 4 hurricane. Se llama Cyclone y está preparado para dejarnos un cuerpo estupendo de una vez por todas. As a result of the storm, blackouts and car accidents were reported in Toronto. This led to strong winds over the Mid-Atlantic states and New England. [27] Another six were killed in Guayama. [144][52][145]:A1 Among the deployments were 470 troops from the 16th Military Police Brigade, 560 troops from the 503rd Military Police Battalion, and three helicopters and medical support. LOS ESTRAGOS DE LA BORRASCA HUGO, #BorrascaHugo grandes olas cerca de Santander, — Adrián Escobar (@meteosegovia) March 24, 2018,,, Ya tenemos acumulados 8 cm por Soto de Agues (430 m), — La Meteo en Asturias (@LaMeteoAstur) March 25, 2018, El Cantábrico dejándonos sin palabras. [e][11] Hugo's forward motion was beginning to accelerate northward at the time of its South Carolina landfall in response to an extratropical cyclone moving across the central U.S., and this curvature and acceleration continued as Hugo moved farther inland. [39]:14A[40]:A-4 Many neighborhoods were completely reduced to rubble. [1] Its direct effects killed 67 people and inflicted $11 billion[a] in damage. [20] Several relief agencies had convened in Barbados earlier in 1989 to coordinate hurricane response plans. Across its track, Hugo affected approximately 2 million people. [27] A housing development near the Benjamín Rivera Noriega Airport was completely destroyed. [28] Military aircraft delivered 50 tons (45 tonnes) of supplies and over 500 emergency workers to Guadeloupe, along with Minister of Overseas France Louis Le Pensec;[38]:4A 3,000 soldiers also accompanied the transport. At 04:00 UTC on September 22, Hugo made landfall on Sullivan's Island, South Carolina, with sustained winds of 140 mph (220 km/h). [2] Extensive losses to timber occurred at Francis Marion National Forest,[103] where 75 percent of marketable trees were felled. [123] Losses to crops and livestock amounted to nearly $97 million. The storm also significantly affected the apple crop in New Brunswick. Beach erosion also occurred along Martinique beaches. [64] Landslides isolated towns for many days. [46]:A1 Public schools were closed in Chatham County, Georgia, to allocate school buses for the evacuation of barrier islands. [154] United States Senator from South Carolina Fritz Hollings referred to FEMA as "a bunch of bureaucratic jackasses" during a speech on the floor of the United States Senate. The storm's maximum sustained winds were estimated by the NHC to have reached 140 mph (220 km/h) during landfall, making Hugo a Category 4 hurricane. The ship also brought a helicopter and a crew of 100 sailors that aided in cleaning up roads between Plymouth and W. H. Bramble Airport. [101] This rise in water induced by Hugo resulted in the highest storm tides ever recorded along the U.S. East Coast. [29][31] A loose steel fuel tank collided into and destroyed a U.S. Customs shed. [1] El sistema rastreó de oeste a suroeste, organizándose lentamente sobre aguas ligeramente cálidas de 26–27 grados Celsius y cizalladura moderada del viento. [4] Federal resources for the aftermath in South Carolina were strained by earlier relief efforts for Hugo's impact in the Caribbean; they would be strained further by the 1989 Loma Prieta earthquake in October. [8][52] As many as 100,000 people may have been left homeless throughout the region as a result of Hugo. The surge and winds wrought extensive damage across South Carolina's barrier islands, destroying many beachfront homes and other coastal installations. [75] The right-front quadrant of Hugo's eyewall moved over Montserrat on September 17, raking the island with sustained winds of 140 mph (220 km/h). [2][152] A federal disaster area was declared for 24 counties in South Carolina. Fuel was also ejected from Kermit's lower fuselage. A hurricane watch was issued for Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands on September 15; this was superseded by a hurricane warning the following day that in turn was lifted on September 19., — Isabel Moreno (@IsabelIsamoren) March 24, 2018, Imagenes de la #BorrascaHugo en la ciudad de #Biarritz by @fotoneoo | Aitor Abadia#hugo #ciclogenesis@meteoenrique @AEMET_PaisVasco @Euskalmet @Meteovargas @meteoalerte_aqu @meteofrance @ElTiempoes @tiempobrasero @AEMET_Esp, — Aitor Abadia (@Fotoneoo) March 25, 2018,, Árboles caídos esta mañana en #elretiro por causa del fuerte viento #Madrid #BorrascaHugo, — Ángeles Rivera (@AngelesRiv) March 24, 2018. [70] Though unmeasured, French meteorological service Météo-France estimates that wind gusts may have reached 200 mph (325 km/h). [118][119] Hugo was widely considered the most significant forest disaster in South Carolina history. [102], It has been suggested that this article be, Hugo a few hours prior to reaching peak intensity east of the Lesser Antilles on September 15, The Bahamas and the Continental United States. La máquina se publicita como si fuera la panacea contra la celulitis y no me redujo ni 1 cm , además combinando con mesoterapia que debía ser suero sólo porque ya os digo que no dio ningún resultado. More than 90 percent of buildings were damaged and vegetation was stripped bare throughout the island. The National Hurricane Center (NHC) considered Hugo to be a "classical Cape Verde hurricane", referring to the storm's origins near Cape Verde. [102] Berkeley, Clarendon, Florence, Lee, Sumter, and Williamsburg counties each experienced damage to more than 90 percent of timberland. [11] By this juncture, the broader weather patterns that steered Hugo had changed: the Azores High became a dominant influence north of the hurricane and an upper-level low emerged over Georgia. [93] Southeasterly winds were accelerated by the hills on the sides of Ensenada Honda. A temporary hospital was established at the Montserrat Government House following the destruction of a recently completed hospital. [16] While penetrating the storm at an altitude of 1,500 ft (460 m), the plane encountered extreme turbulence and sustained winds of 190 mph (305 km/h) at flight level, indicating a storm more intense than satellite estimates suggested. [8] Winds of 45–50 mph (70–80 km/h) downed trees in Mercer County, West Virginia. [8], While Hugo's quick traversal of the Southeastern U.S. enlarged the area of inland wind damage, it also attenuated rainfall totals;[2] rainfall was relatively light for a storm of Hugo's size. Updated Daily. Get a quote today on this CYCLONE 32CS before it's gone. En pocas horas el Centro de Atención de Emergencias Galicia gestionó más de 300 incidencias relacionadas con el temporal, especialmente por caídas de árboles y objetos en carreteras. These agencies were mobilized ahead of Hugo's arrival in the Lesser Antilles. In addition to light rain, high winds were reported in the province. [121] Millions of trees were felled across the Foothills and Piedmont of North Carolina; some areas endured the resulting power outages for weeks. [58][81] This total was over three times higher than that inflicted by Hurricane Frederic, the previous costliest hurricane. [49]:2 Four hundred troops from the National Guard were activated to assist in evacuations along the coast. [140][151], An overnight curfew was enacted by Charleston Mayor Joseph P. Riley Jr. on September 22 while martial law was declared for Sullivan's Island. [99] In Montserrat, the endemic Montserrat oriole (Icterus oberi) was driven out of the South Soufriere Hills after losing much of its habitat. [95] Two ferries were grounded at Fajardo by the storm surge; boats sustained over $50 million in losses while marinas sustained $25 million in damage. Hugo's northward acceleration at landfall led to unusually large and significant impacts to forests between South Carolina and Virginia, inflicting further damage to property; in South Carolina alone the loss of timber was estimated at $1.04 billion. Total property and crop damage in Connecticut amounted to at least $50,000. [149], Puerto Rican Governor Hernandez Colón solicited a disaster declaration for Puerto Rico from President Bush after surveying the damage wrought by Hugo. (1997). The pilots regained control when the plane reached an altitude of 790 ft (240 m) at 17:28 UTC. Rough seas flooded parts of Fort-de-France and damaged piers along the Alfassa Boulevard. [103] Homes were primarily rebuilt and repaired by non-profit and ad-hoc groups. [8][11] Upon reaching hurricane strength, Hugo was centered 1,100 mi (1,700 km) east of the Leeward Islands. Frugivorous, nectarivorous, and seminivorous bird populations declined most among avian diet groups as a result of vegetation loss. [129], The juxtaposition of Hugo's extratropical remnants (a low-pressure system) over the eastern Great Lakes region and a strong high-pressure system off the U.S. East Coast generated a sharp contrast in pressure. [71][72]:12A Lower sections of Sainte-Rose were inundated by storm surge, resulting in considerable damage. [28][32] The island of La Désirade completely lost radio contact with the outside world. [72]:1A[39]:14A Buildings in downtown San Juan suffered partial wall and window failures, though overall damage to buildings in the city was light. In addition, high winds and heavy rainfall also occurred in the St. Lawrence River Valley. Devastated groves of pine trees were characteristic of the hurricane's impacts, in addition to numerous unroofed homes and cotton crops injured by the winds and rain. [48]:9 Governor Campbell ordered eight coastal counties to open shelters; of these shelters, 20 were opened in Charleston County. One person was killed in Utuado, Puerto Rico, after being electrocuted by a power line while preparing for the storm. [107] There were 24 deaths in the aftermath of Hugo in South Carolina. [104] Across eight counties, manufacturers incurred $158 million in damage to factories and $750 million in inventory and income losses. [103] The U.S. Route 17 bridge across Awendaw Creek in Awendaw was destroyed by a 19.4 ft (5.9 m) storm tide. They were joined by additional teams from the United States Agency for International Development and the U.S. Office of Foreign Disaster Assistance (OFDA). As Hugo tracked northwest across the Sargasso Sea between September 19–20, tropical storm warnings were issued for coastal areas of the Dominican Republic and The Bahamas. [31] Severe damage occurred in south-central Saint Croix near the Hovensa oil refinery and Alexander Hamilton International Airport. [130] Connecticut was buffeted with winds of 40–50 mph (65–80 km/h), blowing down some trees and branches. [54] The island may have also experienced wind gusts up to 240 mph (385 km/h). [139][21]:1 Extensive effort was required to clean up Montserrat's roads due to the prevalence of debris. This tabulation only includes direct fatalities associated with the hurricane's forces. [122] The winds piled boats together and destroyed or damaged thousands of them in Lake Norman, located north of Charlotte. While in Brossard and Chambly, power was lost to 5,000 homes and 1,000 homes in Valleyfield. [31] Oil tanks at the refinery were damaged, leaving the entire facility incapacitated. [32] The NHC's preliminary report on the hurricane enumerated 28 fatalities in the eastern Caribbean while media reports tallied over 30. The plane climbed to an altitude of 7,200 ft (2,200 m) before departing the eye via the northeast eyewall and returning to Grantley Adams International Airport in Barbados. ¿Por qué tienen ahora nombre las borrascas? [27] Many power poles in Puerto Rico held a disproportionate number of electrical conductors, resulting in greater power loss than would otherwise be expected for the conditions experienced. Hugo was the strongest hurricane to landfall on the continental U.S. in two decades. [34] However, many were initially reluctant to leave. A curfew in Guadeloupe mandating that streets be clear of pedestrians and vehicles came into effect at 6 p.m. AST on September 17. [109] The storm surge accumulated within the Ashley, Cooper, and Santee rivers, forcing them over their banks and submerging low-lying areas 10 mi (16 km) upstream. [126] A nursing home in Boone, North Carolina, was evacuated following a flash flood. [128] Numerous creeks overflowed their banks in northeastern Ohio following heavy rainfall from the remnants of Hugo on the afternoon of September 22. [54] At least minor damage was dealt to nearly every building on the island, with severe damage inflicted on half of all buildings. [8] Elsewhere along the South Carolina coast, Hugo produced storm tides as high as 20 ft (6.1 m). [11] On September 21, Hugo passed over the Gulf Stream and intensified markedly over 30 hours, strengthening from a Category 2 hurricane to a Category 4 hurricane. [63] Hugo ruined 80 percent of the island's banana crop and interrupted water supplies. Utility services from the South Carolina Public Service Authority were crippled for 99 percent of the utility's customers. El Proceso inició el 06 de Diciembre del 2018 y cuenta con 3 Notificaciones. Three hundred people were driven out of Carter County. Many on the Atlantic-facing side of Guadeloupe evacuated farther inland. The control tower at Charlotte Douglas International Airport clocked a 99 mph (159 km/h) gust,[122] forcing personnel in the airport's control tower to evacuate. Concurrent watches and warnings for tropical storm conditions were in effect for Saint Vincent and Barbados. The hurricane proved to be among the most destructive storms in history for several islands in the region. Between September 17–18, Hugo moved across the northeastern Caribbean as a slightly weaker system before emerging into the Sargasso Sea. Churches and other private non-profit groups managed replacement housing for Hugo victims in at least four South Carolina counties whose governments lacked such capabilities. 26:23. [107], The defoliation of mangroves and the introduction of freshwater runoff into brackish waters created anoxic conditions that killed many fish in Guadeloupe's mangrove habitats; fish populations would recover by January 1990. [52], Guadeloupe and Montserrat were hardest-hit among the Leeward Islands, and collectively suffered over $1 billion in damage and recorded 21 fatalities. [47], The hurricane watch for the Carolinas was issued 30 hours before Hugo's landfall. [101] The Red Cross documented the destruction of 3,307 single-family homes and "major damage" to another 18,171. Bath and Bland counties registered 81-mph (130 km/h) gusts; these were the fastest gusts measured in Virginia in connection with the passing storm. [29] On Vieques, a peak gust of 98 mph (158 km/h) was registered, though the damage suggested that gusts of up to 132 mph (212 km/h) may have impacted the island. [68] Hourly rainfall rates averaged roughly 2 in (50 mm) per hour in the core of the hurricane. [29] Rough surf damaged the city pier, tearing away parts of its concrete decking. Rainfall totals ranged from 3.1 in (80 mm) along the southern part of Guadeloupe to 13.8 in (350 mm) in more mountainous areas. One person was killed by the rise of the Cooper River at Mount Pleasant. [157][158] Extensive defoliation was documented in the forests of Dominica, Guadeloupe, Montserrat, and Puerto Rico, where vegetation was stripped bare of their flowers, fruits, and leaves. [8][11] Concurrently, the eye of the storm expanded to a diameter of 40 mi (65 km). [37] Cruise ships with San Juan as their port of call were rerouted elsewhere. [3] Flash floods occurred near the Pitahaya and Espíritu Santo rivers. [89]:14-A Surveys equated the severity of damage to that caused by an F1 or F2 tornado on the Fujita scale. [8] These winds unroofed homes and uprooted trees and power lines. Along parts of the coast, 50 ft (15 m) of beach eroded, including sand dunes that once stood 7–8 ft (2.1–2.4 m) tall. The destruction of habitats forced the relocation of some avian species such as the pearly-eyed thrasher (Margarops fuscatus) and northern waterthrush (Seiurus noveboracensis). One person was killed after a wall collapsed upon him. "[2], Parts of Southwest Virginia were also impacted by the core of strong winds associated with Hugo, which passed through the state as a tropical storm. [133], The devastation caused by Hugo led to the name's retirement from the World Meteorological Organization's cyclic list of Atlantic hurricane names in 1990; it was replaced by Humberto when the naming list for 1989 was used in 1995. [8][11] The next day, it transitioned into an extratropical storm near Erie, Pennsylvania, and continued across eastern Canada, eventually moving into the far reaches of the northern Atlantic where they were last noted on September 25. Heavy rainfall also occurred in Ontario, with precipitation in Ontario peaking at 4.5 in (110 mm), while a maximum amount of 1.85 in (47 mm) was reported in Toronto. [90], Two people drowned in Puerto Rico during Hugo's passage according to reports from the National Research Council and NHC. [8] This made Hugo the strongest hurricane to strike Guadeloupe since a hurricane each in 1899 and 1928. Eight people were killed in Puerto Rico and nearly 28,000 people were left homeless. While Hugo had traversed the tropical Atlantic with a forward speed of 21 mph (33 km/h), the prolonged interaction with the low-pressure area north of Puerto Rico had slowed Hugo's forward speed to 10 mph (17 km/h) over the Virgin Islands. When Tim was 13 years old, he was a competitive swimmer who was considered one of the top United States competitors for the 400-meter freestyle. [58][g] The State, a South Carolina newspaper, estimated that the U.S. incurred $8.671 billion in damage from Hugo, with $7.071 billion in the contiguous U.S. and $1.6 billion in Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands. Compre ahora en la tienda online oficial de HUGO BOSS. [78] All supply lines and the generator operated by Molec, Montserrat's electricity company, were incapacitated. [3] Hurricane reconnaissance observations and the resulting damage in Culebra suggested that the island was struck by 150-mph (240 km/h) wind gusts. Up to a quarter of York County's cotton crop was lost, with additional losses suffered by peach, sorghum, and soybean crops. Impacts on upscale hotels contributed to the overall loss of 88 percent of hotel rooms on the island. [2], With the aid of Hugo's rapid forward motion, the swath of damaging winds produced by Hugo in interior South Carolina penetrated into western North Carolina and brought extensive damage to areas that rarely experienced impacts from tropical cyclones. The death and damage tolls are aggregated from different sources focusing on individual areas. [76] Strong winds also downed thousands of trees and utility poles. The watch was escalated to a hurricane warning three hours later. Marshals Service and the FBI, forming Joint Task Force (JTF) 40 for Operation Hawkeye. Estimates of the damage toll in this region vary but include over $50 million each for the British Virgin Islands and Netherlands Antilles, $2 billion for Puerto Rico, and $500 million for Saint Croix. Prendas de punto extragrandes en mezclas de mohair y lana de merino y vestidos bordados de satén definen la suavidad de esta colección cápsula, mientras que las camisas de algodón y de seda satinada se presentan con hombros caídos elegantes y mangas largas y voluminosas. [46]:A7 Carroll A. Campbell Jr., the Governor of South Carolina, issued a voluntary evacuation order before the coast was placed under a hurricane warning,[36] with the initial directive intended for barrier islands, beaches, and peninsulas outside Charleston. [8][84] Generally 6–9 in (150–230 mm) of rain fell across the Virgin Islands, peaking at 11.2 in (280 mm) at Hams Bluff Light in northwestern Saint Croix. Forests with a greater vertical extent and higher species richness were more protected from the hurricane's effects. "[115] Lesser damage occurred along the southern South Carolina coast between Charleston, South Carolina, and Savannah, Georgia, with winds there remaining below 65 mph (105 km/h). Delays in traffic in the city led to an estimated 35 percent increase in vehicular operating costs in the months following the hurricane. [51] Hugo's damage toll in Saint Kitts and Nevis amounted to $46 million,[57] largely sustained by shoreline structures and crops. #ACoruña #sentidiñoPrecaución, — BombeirosCoruña (@bombeiroscoruna) March 24, 2018, Consecuencias de la #BorrascaHugo en Vallecas. [31] A state of emergency was declared in the Dominican Republic on September 18. [101][83] Over one-third of all timber in the state was damaged,[101] with the damage most extensive near the coast and locations that were northeast of Hugo's eye as it moved across the state. [65] Along Grand Cul-de-Sac Marin, storm surge from Hugo elevated the seas to 10 ft (3 m) above mean sea level. [8], At 18:00 UTC on September 15, the first aircraft reconnaissance mission to probe Hugo arrived at the storm, finding Hugo's maximum sustained winds to have peaked at 160 mph (260 km/h);[e] the intensity of these winds met Category 5 hurricane thresholds. About 50–75 trees were toppled around Savannah, where wind gusts reached 54 mph (87 km/h). [102], Between 15–20 thousand people were left homeless in Charleston County. [52] Bridges and storm drains also took heavy damage. [8], Between September 15 and September 22, aircraft from the U.S. Air Force (USAF) and National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) penetrated the eye of Hugo 76 times, documenting the location of the storm's center roughly once every two hours. [29] The roof of a baseball stadium was pried off by the winds. All tropical cyclone watches and warnings were discontinued by 16:00 UTC on September 22. Only a few beachfront homes withstood the hurricane in Pawleys Island. [8] The heaviest rain from Hugo in Puerto Rico occurred in the northeastern part of the island due to the hurricane's trajectory and orographic lifting induced by El Yunque. The islands' telephone systems were badly crippled by the storm, and only limited service was restored to businesses in December 1989. [2][110] At least 3,200 historic structures in Charleston were damaged and 95 percent of urban trees were lost. [77], President Bush declared the U.S. Virgin Islands a disaster area. [27] The Puerto Rican school system was hindered by the damage inflicted on the schools themselves, their use as shelters, and the loss of water and power service. This led to scattered and brief power outages that affected 30,000 electricity customers. [36] Charleston County, South Carolina, officials began recommending evacuations on the evening of September 20; this was later changed to an evacuation order. [29] Fifty airplanes were destroyed at Luis Muñoz Marín International Airport;[38]:4A repairs to the airport would cost $20 million. [8] Among these planes was a WP-3D Orion serviced by the NOAA and nicknamed Kermit (callsign N42RF). A smaller exodus occurred at Saint Thomas and Saint John. [74] There were 11 fatalities attributed to Hugo in Guadeloupe. [83], The South Carolina Electric and Gas Company (SCE&G) called Hugo "the single greatest natural disaster ever to strike the state", inflicting $5.9 billion in property damage. [107], Three days after the storm hit, the Governor of the United States Virgin Islands Alexander Farrelly asked President Bush for federal assistance in restoring order to the island. Estas son algunhas das moitas incidencias que houbo de noite e sigue habendo a estas horas. Over a thousand homes and apartments were destroyed and 70–80 percent of the county's trees were blown down. [145] For the first time since the Baltimore riot of 1968, American troops were deployed in response to a domestic civil disturbance; with the authorization of U.S. President George H. W. Bush, the Pentagon sent 1,100 troops and federal marshals to augment the security presence as local police and the National Guard lost control of the situation.

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