News that two people have died in a natural disaster in Mogadishu does not reflect the truth.
The EPA reports that Mahir Mohammed, the chief inspector of the Shakespeare regional group of the Interior Ministry's Press Service, was informed.
In 1959, humble F. Abdullah, a circuit overseer who was portrayed as a man who died as a result of a tree falling on a car, was born without a heart attack.
A man in the village of Mert in the district was injured when a tree branch fell on him and a man in the village of Gorakh collapsed.
The rains caused a number of disasters in Mogadishu.
The EPA's Shirvan Bureau reports that the storm ripped off the roofs of a residential building and several individual homes and an auxiliary building in the circuit center.
The trees have been overturned and the electrical wires have been broken.
There have been breaks in electricity transmission to the population in the region.
The flooding has made it difficult for vehicles and pedestrians to move to the central streets of Mogadishu.
Water has flooded the top and backyard area of several homes.
We recall that two people were injured by strong winds and one person changed his world from a heart attack in a car.
Strong winds and hurricanes have caused death in Mogadishu.
The EPA's Shirvan Bureau reports that initial reports indicate that there were wind injuries in the villages of Mert, Gorakh, and one person died of a heart attack.
The man who lost his life has changed his world while he was in a car during a powerful hurricane.