Nature has its own ways to deal with humans.
We, humans, are completely incapable of controlling the decisions of nature and that is why we fall small in front of it every time.
We humans have been controlling the life on earth for a very long time, thinking of ourselves as the most superior one but is it really the truth? No, it is not. Nature is superior and it has its own ways of proving it to us.
Whenever nature decides to take its turn, a natural disaster occur and thousands and hundreds of lives are affected by the same. Each year, several natural disasters affect millions of lives around the world and one such disaster occurred recently and restricted thousands of people inside their cars.
A furious winter cyclone broke out in Colorado in the central part of United States of America. The storm that was called “Bomb Cyclone” brought in crazy furious winds and forced people to stay outside their vehicles. The conditions had become severely bizarre and because of the same about 1,100 motorists were stuck in Colorado.
To save the people stuck in this difficult situation without any safety, the authorities sent forces to rescue people.
Ryan Parsell, a spokesman for El Paso County spoke about the rescue mission going on.He said, “We are in full saving lives mode. ” He added “This isn’t your average Colorado storm. This is way more serious than that and we are working very hard to ensure the safety of all the people stuck.
Sam Albrecht Elbert County Manager said, “We are at the point where we are rescuing rescuers out there.”
The weather was so crucial in the area that even police officers, who are trained to help people in difficult times had to leave their vehicles and rush to find shelters in order to save themselves. The winds were too strong and people were constantly trying to run away from the vehicles they were in to find a better place to save themselves.
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