Tropical storm Amanda caused significant destruction in El Salvador, killing 11 people before it weakened into a tropical depression, the government said on Sunday, Trend reports citing
Mudslides, floods and bursting rivers led to the fatalities, the civil protection agency said.
Three of the deaths occurred in Granadillas, a district in the town of San Juan Opico, where a family was swept away by raging flood waters.
Fatalities were also reported in the district of San Pedro, in the capital San Salvador, and in Soyapango, La Paz and Nuevo Israel.
At least one person remains missing, the agency said, after the storm inundated some 200 homes and uprooted 100 trees, mainly in the western part of the Central American country.
Authorities have set up 10 shelters for those whose homes were destroyed or damaged.
Source: TREND News Agency