Child Among 11 People Rescued by US Army After Tropical Depression Eta

Dozens of people have been killed following flooding and landslides in Central America caused by Tropical Depression Eta.

In Honduras, where the death toll stands at 35, people have been forced to leave their homes due to rising floodwaters.

Tu Nota reported that President Juan Orlando Hernández requested support from civilian personnel and private companies to provide boats that can navigate difficult locations to help with the rescue operation.

This clip shows the US Army’s Joint Task Force-Bravo conducting a helicopter rescue on November 6. The Task Force said it had rescued 11 people on Friday morning. Credit: Joint Task Force-Bravo via Storyful