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The heavy rain triggered a mudslide.
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In New York, the rush hour got off to a rocky start as service on Metro-North's Danbury Branch was suspended due to a mudslide and signal power problems.
But among these tragedies, the international response to the Sierra Leone mudslide has been woefully inadequate.
Leaning more toward dessert is a frozen version of another classic cocktail, the frozen mudslide.
In the meantime, heavy rainfall was expected in parts of Nicaragua, Honduras, Costa Rica and Panama, with life-threatening flash floods and mudslides, the Hurricane Center said.
For much of the week, the tropical system has produced widespread showers and thunderstorms across Central America, raising the risk of flash floods and mudslides.
The storm could also produce 10-15 inches of rain in Mexico, with isolated areas getting up to 25 inches, which raises the risk of flooding and mudslides. Sept. 10 marks the peak of the Atlantic hurricane season, which lasts until Nov. 30.
Landslides, mudslides, flash floods and debris sliding down mountain sides are more common after wildfires like the one that burned for weeks in the gorge.
In the wake of Hurricane Irma's massive destruction, much of the Caribbean was left with collapsed lines, roofless homes, overturned vehicles, extreme flooding, mudslide, and an overall terrifying landscape.
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