Last Updated: Tuesday, June 17, 2014

Landslide in Natal, the Brazilian World Cup 2014 host city destroys 25 houses


Landslide in Natal, the Brazilian World Cup host city has destroyed 25 houses.

Around 50 hours of near non-stop rain in Natal has dumped a month’s worth of precipitation, The Sky News reported.

A flood alert has been declared before the world cup matches. Dozens of people have been evacuated in the Mae Luiza neighbourhood.

No one has been injured in Natal landslide.

Flood damage in Natal, Brazil (Source: Alex South/news.com.au).

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Natal is the capital city of Rio Grande do Norte and also one of the Host Cities for the 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil.

Drone footage below shows the landslide damage in the Brazilian World Cup host city of Natal.



Original post: Natural Disasters List June 17, 2014