T20 World Cup 2024: Pakistan’s Super 8 Hopes Clouded by Florida Flash Floods

Pakistan's Super 8 hopes

Pakistan’s T20 World Cup 2024 journey has been tumultuous. After consecutive losses to the USA and India, a crucial win against Canada kept their tournament hopes alive. However, their upcoming match against Ireland, scheduled for Sunday, June 16, at the Central Broward Park & Broward County Stadium in Florida, is now under threat due to severe flash flooding in the state.

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The National Weather Service in Miami has declared a Flash Flood Emergency for Miami-Dade, Pembroke Pines, Hollywood, and Miramar, FL. This life-threatening situation is due to stationary thunderstorms that have unleashed torrential rain, causing extreme flooding. Reports indicate significant damage, with homes and roads submerged, and numerous water rescues in progress. Over the past 24 hours, rainfall estimates range from 10 to 17 inches, with some areas exceeding 20 inches, leading to severe flooding and road closures.

This critical ‘do or die’ match for Pakistan’s Super 8 hopes now faces uncertainty as Florida battles catastrophic flooding.

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