Huge clean-up effort in Cuba after freak tornado rips through Havana

Huge clean-up effort in Cuba after freak tornado rips through Havana
By Louise Miner with Reuters
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President Miguel Diaz-Canel toured the worst-hit areas and tweeted about the devastation. He mentioned that several groups are helping to restore the city.

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A large-scale clean up began in Havana, Cuba after a freak tornado ripped through the city on Sunday night.

At least three people died and more than 170 were injured.

President Miguel Diaz-Canel visited the worst-hit areas and tweeted about the devastation. He mentioned that several groups are helping with the cleanup.

Many properties were completely destroyed, streets have been littered with debris or flooded, and cars left wrecked on Monday.

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