After three days of severe rain battering the Central American region, Honduran authorities ordered one-month emergency state, starting on Saturday.

The rain and landslide killed seven Hondurans, provoked hundred of victims, houses and electric power collapse, noted the Contingencies Permanent Commission (COPECO).

People living near the mountains and rivers basin must move to safety places since the weather forecast rain increase, warned the entity.

COPECO reported that most of the victims were carried out by mud and Humaya affluent current in Comayagua city.

Capital Mayor Ricardo Alvarez told the press that President Manuel Zelaya allotted part of Honduran Social Investment Fund to try to compensate the damages.

Several Honduran departments still remain on alert since Monday because of the weather deterioration in the Central American region characterized by heavy rains and powerful electric shock.