As Eta moves on from Central America and heads toward the U.S. Golf Coast, the people of Belize are still reeling from the flood waters that continue to rise in various parts of the country.
Though it’s been four days since Eta cleared the country, many Belizeans are forced to seek shelter in higher areas as the flood waters spread throughout the low-lying areas. This is the case today in the ever-growing area of Belama in Belize City as the flood waters now begin to rise in the canals flowing through the residential community.
Here’s a bird’s-eye view of the flooding in the Belama Phase 3 & 4 community after Eta passes in Belize City.