Rescue operations have ended in most of the areas affected by the floods caused by the passage of the sub-tropical cyclone "Daniel", on the night between 10 and 11 September, in eastern Libya. A medical source from the Libyan Ambulance and Emergency Service reported this to the Saudi-owned pan-Arab broadcaster. "Al Arabiya". Today, according to the website of the Libyan National Unity Government (GUN) “Hakomitna” (“Our Government”), the subcommittees appointed by the Libyan Ministry of Education at the universities of Omar al Mukhtar and Derna distributed aid to families in the affected areas in the municipalities of the Jabal al Akhdar district, in the north-east of the country. Furthermore, electricity would have been restored to the Derna pediatric hospital and the Al Bayada village hospital, while the spraying and sterilization works of the Derna cemetery by the Tripoli Public Service Company continue.
For the Head of the Emergency Department of the Roads and Bridges Authority, Hussein Sweidan, approximately 70 percent of the infrastructure (dams, ports, bridges, roads, entire neighborhoods) in areas affected by recent floods in eastern Libya have been damaged. Furthermore, according to the World Health Organization (WHO), almost 4.000 people died in the floods, the majority of whom died in Derna due to the collapse of two dams upstream of the city, while for the Libyan Red Crescent all appealed to more than 10.000 people.