Hundreds of thousands at Honduras' shelters after hurricanes

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Hundreds of thousands at Honduras' shelters after hurricanes

Hurricane victims take refuge under a bridge in San Pedro Sula, Honduras, Saturday, Nov. 21, 2020. Shelters for people whose homes were flooded or damaged by hurricanes Eta and Iota in Honduras are now so crowded that thousands of victims have taken refuge under highway overpasses or bridges. The Red Cross estimates that about 4.2 million people were affected by the back-to-back hurricanes in November in Honduras, Nicaragua and Guatemala. (AP Photo/Delmer Martinez)
In this undated handout photo provided by the Ministry of Defence on Saturday, Nov. 21, 2020, a Merlin Helicopter from 845 Naval Air Squadron conducting damage surveys in Honduras. The devastation caused by Hurricane Iota is becoming clear as communications are restored after the second Category 4 hurricane in two weeks to blast Nicaragua’s Caribbean coast. The official death toll rose in Nicaragua with victims swept away by swollen rivers or buried in landslides. (LPhot Robert Oates/Ministry of Defence via AP)
A person distributes food to hurricane victims under a bridge in San Pedro Sula, Honduras, Saturday, Nov. 21, 2020. Shelters for people whose homes were flooded or damaged by hurricanes Eta and Iota in Honduras are now so crowded that thousands of victims have taken refuge under highway overpasses or bridges. The Red Cross estimates that about 4.2 million people were affected by the back-to-back hurricanes in November in Honduras, Nicaragua and Guatemala. (AP Photo/Delmer Martinez)
A person distributes food to hurricane victims under a bridge in San Pedro Sula, Honduras, Saturday, Nov. 21, 2020. Shelters for people whose homes were flooded or damaged by hurricanes Eta and Iota in Honduras are now so crowded that thousands of victims have taken refuge under highway overpasses or bridges. The Red Cross estimates that about 4.2 million people were affected by the back-to-back hurricanes in November in Honduras, Nicaragua and Guatemala. (AP Photo/Delmer Martinez)
Hurricane victims take refuge under a bridge in San Pedro Sula, Honduras, Saturday, Nov. 21, 2020. Shelters for people whose homes were flooded or damaged by hurricanes Eta and Iota in Honduras are now so crowded that thousands of victims have taken refuge under highway overpasses or bridges. The Red Cross estimates that about 4.2 million people were affected by the back-to-back hurricanes in November in Honduras, Nicaragua and Guatemala. (AP Photo/Delmer Martinez)
In this undated handout photo provided by the Ministry of Defence on Saturday, Nov. 21, 2020, a Merlin Helicopter from 845 Naval Air Squadron conducting damage surveys in Honduras. The devastation caused by Hurricane Iota is becoming clear as communications are restored after the second Category 4 hurricane in two weeks to blast Nicaragua’s Caribbean coast. The official death toll rose in Nicaragua with victims swept away by swollen rivers or buried in landslides. (LPhot Robert Oates/Ministry of Defence via AP)
In this undated handout photo provided by the Ministry of Defence on Saturday, Nov. 21, 2020, a Merlin Helicopter from 845 Naval Air Squadron conducting damage surveys in Honduras. The devastation caused by Hurricane Iota is becoming clear as communications are restored after the second Category 4 hurricane in two weeks to blast Nicaragua’s Caribbean coast. The official death toll rose in Nicaragua with victims swept away by swollen rivers or buried in landslides. (LPhot Robert Oates/Ministry of Defence via AP)

Hundreds of thousands at Honduras' shelters after hurricanes

Hurricane victims take refuge under a bridge in San Pedro Sula, Honduras, Saturday, Nov. 21, 2020. Shelters for people whose homes were flooded or damaged by hurricanes Eta and Iota in Honduras are now so crowded that thousands of victims have taken refuge under highway overpasses or bridges. The Red Cross estimates that about 4.2 million people were affected by the back-to-back hurricanes in November in Honduras, Nicaragua and Guatemala. (AP Photo/Delmer Martinez)
In this undated handout photo provided by the Ministry of Defence on Saturday, Nov. 21, 2020, a Merlin Helicopter from 845 Naval Air Squadron conducting damage surveys in Honduras. The devastation caused by Hurricane Iota is becoming clear as communications are restored after the second Category 4 hurricane in two weeks to blast Nicaragua’s Caribbean coast. The official death toll rose in Nicaragua with victims swept away by swollen rivers or buried in landslides. (LPhot Robert Oates/Ministry of Defence via AP)
A person distributes food to hurricane victims under a bridge in San Pedro Sula, Honduras, Saturday, Nov. 21, 2020. Shelters for people whose homes were flooded or damaged by hurricanes Eta and Iota in Honduras are now so crowded that thousands of victims have taken refuge under highway overpasses or bridges. The Red Cross estimates that about 4.2 million people were affected by the back-to-back hurricanes in November in Honduras, Nicaragua and Guatemala. (AP Photo/Delmer Martinez)
A person distributes food to hurricane victims under a bridge in San Pedro Sula, Honduras, Saturday, Nov. 21, 2020. Shelters for people whose homes were flooded or damaged by hurricanes Eta and Iota in Honduras are now so crowded that thousands of victims have taken refuge under highway overpasses or bridges. The Red Cross estimates that about 4.2 million people were affected by the back-to-back hurricanes in November in Honduras, Nicaragua and Guatemala. (AP Photo/Delmer Martinez)
Hurricane victims take refuge under a bridge in San Pedro Sula, Honduras, Saturday, Nov. 21, 2020. Shelters for people whose homes were flooded or damaged by hurricanes Eta and Iota in Honduras are now so crowded that thousands of victims have taken refuge under highway overpasses or bridges. The Red Cross estimates that about 4.2 million people were affected by the back-to-back hurricanes in November in Honduras, Nicaragua and Guatemala. (AP Photo/Delmer Martinez)
In this undated handout photo provided by the Ministry of Defence on Saturday, Nov. 21, 2020, a Merlin Helicopter from 845 Naval Air Squadron conducting damage surveys in Honduras. The devastation caused by Hurricane Iota is becoming clear as communications are restored after the second Category 4 hurricane in two weeks to blast Nicaragua’s Caribbean coast. The official death toll rose in Nicaragua with victims swept away by swollen rivers or buried in landslides. (LPhot Robert Oates/Ministry of Defence via AP)
In this undated handout photo provided by the Ministry of Defence on Saturday, Nov. 21, 2020, a Merlin Helicopter from 845 Naval Air Squadron conducting damage surveys in Honduras. The devastation caused by Hurricane Iota is becoming clear as communications are restored after the second Category 4 hurricane in two weeks to blast Nicaragua’s Caribbean coast. The official death toll rose in Nicaragua with victims swept away by swollen rivers or buried in landslides. (LPhot Robert Oates/Ministry of Defence via AP)
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