Rains come early in the midst of a fire crisis in Tegucigalpa

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Rains come early in the midst of a fire crisis in Tegucigalpa

Tegucigalpa and Comayaguela in the central region of the country, were relieved when the first rains came at the end of April, for weeks people from t

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Tegucigalpa and Comayaguela in the central region of the country, were relieved when the first rains came at the end of April, for weeks people from the capital have been suffering the consequences of the forest fires.

The forest fires that affected the outskirts of the Honduran capital, had caused citizens to suffocate from the smoke that accumulated over the city.

The rains are good news for the people, not only they impact the climate but also supply potable water, which is one of the problems affecting neighborhoods in the capital city that can suffer up to 15 days of water shortage.

 

 

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