Guam Governor Gives All-Clear After Typhoon Mawar Uproots Trees, Knocks Out Power

Guam Gov Lou Leon Guerrero said the US territory was in the clear on Thursday, May 25, after Typhoon Mawar, which regained strength as it left the region, battered the island on Wednesday.

Footage by Steven Apsley shows flooding, vegetation strewn on the streets, broken traffic lights, and cars in line at a gas station.

The Pacific Daily News reported islandwide water outages. Guam’s power authority said it was working to restore electricity, which was knocked out for most customers. Credit: Steven Apsley via Storyful

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