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A week under water: Images of the floods in Cuba

Inundaciones en Camagüey

A week under water: Images of the floods in Cuba






















CubaNet compiles some of the most impressive images published by official press media, users on social networks and institutions of the Cuban regime


MIAMI, United States. – End of a fateful week, in which the intense rains caused unprecedented flooding in various areas of the country, mainly in the eastern part of the island.

CubaNet compiles some of the most impressive images published by official media outlets, users on social networks and institutions of the Cuban regime.

Floods in Bayamo, Granma (Photo taken from OnCuba)
A street in Camagüey (Photo: ACN)
This is how the Cándido González stadium, in Camagüey, was left after the heavy rains (Photo: Cubadebate)
Floods in Camagüey (Photo: ACN)
Floods in Camagüey (Photo: Cadena Agramonte)
Another street in Camagüey (Photo: ACN)
A woman, who was isolated by the floods in the town of Mateo Román, Granma, had to be rescued (Photo: CNC TV Granma)
After the heavy rains, dozens of people had to be rescued by boat or air means (Photo taken from Escambray)
Floods in eastern Cuba (Photo: Manuel Marrero Cruz/Twitter)
Bayamo, Granma, after the heavy rains (Photo taken from OnCuba)
Aerial view this Saturday of the town of Mateo Román, in the municipality of Yara (Photo: CNC TV Granma)
This is what the town of Mateo Román, in the municipality of Yara, looked like this Saturday (Photo: CNC TV Granma)
Effect of the rise of a river in Juguaní (Photo: CNC TV Granma)
In the East, the rivers exceeded their channels by far after the heavy rains (Photo: CNC TV Granma)
Floods in Las Tunas (Photos: Workers)

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