A landslide, three people were killed in the Rio Metropolitan Area, Niterói, Morro da Boa Esperança, six (10) dawn, three people were killed at dawn, and two were under rubble. Nine saved, there was a baby among them.
According to the Fire Department, a stone was rolled from the top of the group and hit the buildings.
Defense Minister Civill, Commander Roberto Robadey, told GloboNews, "It rained in the last two days." Niterói was in a state of alert, and societies were aware of the situation. "see the video call below).
Firemen are working to rescue the floating victims of Niterói
Currently, there are about 50 firefighters on the 6 winters site. According to Robadey, the study should be extended for 48 hours.
The victims are being treated at the State Hospital Azevedo Lima. Before the time came for rescue, residents took the survivors to Mario Monteiro Hospital.
The boring houses are close to Francisco de Cruz Nunes Road, which is closed. The location is close to the Shopping Multicultural in Itaipu.
Firefighters are looking for victims of rubble under collapse in Niterói – Photo: Reproduction / TV Globo
Morro do Bumba for 8 years
On April 7, 2010, the city of Niterói was subjected to a tragedy that marked the entire province of Rio de Janeiro. Forty-eight people lost their lives on the landslides that buried hundreds of houses in Morro do Bumba, a community in the Jardim neighborhood of Vicho.
The main reason for the catastrophe was the construction of houses on unstable grounds with a dump in the past. According to the press office of Niterói City Hall, the first shift since the example of Morro do Bumba.
According to the communication of the municipality, "Since 2013, Niterói City has invested more than RMB 150 million on the 50 slopes of the city.
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