In Brazil, the number of deaths due to rain and wildlife has crossed 100

More than a hundred people have died as a result of severe rains and animal attacks in the state of Rio Grande do Sul in southern Brazil. Yesterday, local officials verified this information. 115,000 people in this state are now without a place to live.

Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva, the president of Brazil, has previously been to the impacted region. Numerous cabinet colleagues accompanied him during this time. They talked with the local administration about rehabilitation and rescue efforts. Local officials report that the incident has affected nearly 400 people from about 400 communities. The search and rescue effort is still going on.

Uruguay and Argentina are the borders of the Rio Grande do Sul borders Uruguay and Argentina. Since last Monday, the state has had a lot of rain. A number of Rio Grande do Sul’s streets are now underwater due to the rain. Numerous highways and bridges have sustained significant damage.

Furthermore, the storm has triggered reports of landslides. A section of the water pipeline at a nearby hydropower facility has fallen. There’s a chance that another water pipeline will collapse. We have securely cleared the area of people. In addition, the state capital of Porto Alegre has seen the Guayba River flood due to excessive rainfall, and it is visible on the riverbank that the river is breaking its banks. River water inundates the city’s streets.