Disaster relief providing shelter, food, and water. Heavy rains in British Columbia killed one person, her body recovered. The debris and rain is up to people waist, making it very difficult to navigate. Some people was removed from the roofs of cars trapped in floodwaters. Around 1,100 homes was evacuated in Abbotsford, and others in different parts of British Columbia, were Merritt, where all 7,000 people was forced to leave after the sanitation system failed.
Disaster relief providing shelter, food, and water. Officials are determining if vehicles or people are unaccounted for has been made difficult by the number of mudslides in southwestern BC, the impact on infrastructure, and multiple communities under evacuation orders. There were three areas where vehicles were trapped between debris flows, including one on Highway 99 near Lillooet and two on Highway 7. Relentless rain continued to batter Canada's Pacific coast on Monday, with water covering roads like the Malahat Highway on Vancouver Island. At least nine people were taken to a hospital with minor injuries following the landslide near Agassiz. Officials ordered all 7,000 residents of the city of Merritt, British Columbia, to evacuate, because high flood waters have rendered the City's Wastewater Treatment Plant inoperable for an indefinite period. Continued habitation of the community without sanitary services presents risk of mass sewage back-up and personal health risk.
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