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Monday August 27, 2012
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PHOTO GALLERY | RAINS| Affected in Sucre state will be assisted through an airlift

Tropical storm Isaac lashes Venezuela


Capital District, Altos Mirandinos (Miranda state), Sucre, Monagas, Yaracuy, Lara, Mérida and Barinas states are the most affected regions after rains that have fallen down in most part of Venezuela due to the passage of storm Isaac across the Caribbean Sea. In Cumanacoa city (Sucre state, northeast Venezuela) there are 400 families affected by the overflow of Manzanares river. Moreover, authorities are monitoring the tributaries of the Venezuelan capital city, Caracas

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The flood wall of River Guaire in the Plaza Venezuela area (Caracas) crumbled (Photo: Venancio Alcazares)
The flood wall of River Guaire in the Plaza Venezuela area (Caracas) crumbled (Photo: Venancio Alcazares) River Guaire (Caracas) reached critical high levels in the Plaza Venezuela area (Photo: Venancio Alcazares) In Cumanacoa city (Sucre state, northeast Venezuela), 400 families were hit by the overflow of River Manzanares  (Handout photo: Gleen Lugo / Daily newspaper Región Oriente) Victims in Sucre state would be assisted through an airlift (Handout photo: Gleen Lugo / Daily newspaper Región Oriente) A woman died in Cumanacoa city (Sucre state) (Handout photo: Gleen Lugo / Daily newspaper  Región Oriente) The heaviest rains fell down on Friday in Cumanacoa city
(Handout photo: Gleen Lugo / Daily newspaper  Región Oriente) An overflow in San Juan river in Monagas state (eastern Venezuela) caused serious damages (Handout photo: Francisco Ramírez) In western Yaracuy state, rivers Urachiche and Minas de Aroa overflowed (Handout photo: Pausides Torrealba/ Daily newspaper El Informador) 40 families had to be evacuated in Ruiz Pineda area in Caracas (Photo: Edsau Olivares) Flooded streets in Ruiz Pineda area in Caracas (Photo: Edsau Olivares) 15 houses were preventively evacuated in El Matadero sector (surrounding areas of Caracas) (Photo: Edsau Olivares) Overflows in several Caracas streams put their inhabitants on the alert (Photo: Edsau Olivares)
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