At least three people are killed when powerful cyclone Mocha makes landfall in Myanmar, ripping apart roofs


Cyclone Mocha made landfall in Myanmar on Wednesday, bringing with it powerful winds and heavy rains that ripped off roofs and caused severe damage to homes and infrastructure. At least three people have been confirmed dead, with dozens more injured. The storm also caused flooding and power outages in several areas.

The government of Myanmar has declared a state of emergency in the affected areas and has deployed rescue teams to help those affected by the storm. Officials have urged people to stay indoors and monitor the situation.

The cyclone is expected to bring more rain over the next few days and the government is warning people to take extra precautions and stay away from coastal areas. The storm is expected to move towards Bangladesh, India, and Sri Lanka in the coming days.