The Honduran government issued a red alert on Wednesday in response to tropical storm Eta, as it is passing through the north of the country and leaving a trail of destruction behind.
The Jesus de Nazareth community in San Pedro de Sula was severely affected by the rising waters of the Ulua River. Residents were seen trying to save their belongings from flood waters.
Roads and bridges throughout the northern parts of the country have reportedly given way to the strong impact of Eta. Communities across the country have reported power outages as a result of the collapse of power lines.
So far, five deaths have been attributed to the cyclone as it passed through Honduras and Nicaragua.