The colder time of year storm that moved through Texas in February killed somewhere around 210 individuals, authorities said Tuesday.
The refreshed loss of life comes very nearly five months after the tempest covered the state in snow, taking out force and leaving Texans to freeze in their homes — or sometimes kick the bucket from carbon monoxide harming from their vehicles.
The greater part of the 210 passings were from hypothermia, the Texas Department of State Health Services said in an official statement. There were likewise various passings because of fender benders, carbon monoxide harming, fuel of constant sicknesses, falls and flames.
The past true demise tally was 151, declared on April 28. The number could climb significantly higher, as per the delivery.
Harris County, which incorporates Houston, saw the most passings with 43. Travis County, which incorporates Austin, had the second-most fatalities with 28, while Dallas County counted the third-most passings with 20