In Alabama 10-Year-Old Boy Killed By Surge Debris Known Storm Cindy Victim


The boy was vacationing in Fort Morgan, Alabama with his family when the accident occurred outside their condominiums. Family of St. Louis, Missouri.Stephen Arthur Sheriff Sheriff of Baldwin County told the Associated Press that a member of the emergency and family members had tried to revive the boy.

A state of emergency was declared in the state of Alabama as the storm, formed on Tuesday, began its journey towards Luciana and Texas. The storm is expected to reach the ground around the two-nation meeting on Thursday.

“The hurricane season is going on, which means the possibility of increasing tropical activity along the Gulf coast,” Alabama Gov. Kai Ivey said on Tuesday. “To ensure that the state of Alabama is ready, it has issued an effective emergency today, and this state of emergency will ensure state resources are on standby and ready to help the affected communities if necessary.”

Governor John Bill Edwards also warned and declared a state of emergency in Louisiana on Wednesday. “All the emergency preparedness and response weapons in the state are taking the tropical storm Cindy seriously, and we are calling on all Louisianais throughout the state to do so as well,” Edwards said.

“Government and local officials are working round-the-clock to monitor and respond to serious situations as they develop, and at the same time, please do everything in your power to prepare for the worst while they arrive at the best,” he said.Elsewhere in the country, water came into the ocean in Mississippi and along the Gulf Coast heavy rains saw flooded roads and streets.


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