Bermuda hit hard by hurricane Florence
Tuesday, September 12, 2006
was positioned at 35.8 N 63.9 W, at 11 p.m. ( - 4 hr), with maximum winds blowing at 85 mph and gusts of up to 105 mph. The hurricane is moving in a north-easterly direction at 18 mph and is showing signs of weakening.
The government of Bermuda has discontinued the Tropical Storm warning it issued only after it blew away window panes, glasses and roofs. No deaths have been reported though there are reports of minor injuries. The hurricane has knocked out power supply to thousands of people.
The Bermuda Electric Light Company (BELCO) expects the restoration of supply to be complete in few days.
- National Hurricane Center. "Hurricane Florence Tracking" — , September 12, 2006
- "Florence bashes Bermuda, leaving 25,000 houses in dark" — , September 12, 2006
- "Hurricane Florence bashes Bermuda" — , September 11,2006
- "Hurricane Florence" — , September 11, 2006