by Rodrigo Arangua
POSOLTEGA, Nicaragua, Nov 3 (AFP)
- Rescuers across Central America at sunrise Tuesday resumed searching
for survivors of devastating floods and landslides that has reportedly
killed some 7,000 people throughout the region.
Estimates of the death toll are at more
than 5,000 in Honduras, some 1,450 in Nicaragua, 144 in El Salvador, 93
in Guatemala, seven in Costa Rica and one each in Panama and Mexico.
Authorities expect the figure to rise
as more bodies are pulled from the rubble.
Roads, bridges,telephone and electricity