sábado, 4 de junho de 2016

Floods in Europe cause more deaths in Germany, France and Romania

The torrential rains that hit the Central Europe already caused ten fatalities in Germany.

In the town of Simbach, in southeastern Germany, Friday, continue the cleanup operations.

The authorities of the region leverage the retreat of the waters to move ahead with the operations, but have been released more storms warnings.

In Romania, following the torrential rain that hit the East of the country, at least two people were killed and 200 others had to abandon their homes.

7,000 firefighters, police and emergency crews members were involved in the rescue operations on Thursday night.

In France, the floods have caused two fatalities and, South of Paris, have forced thousands of people to be taken out of the House. The Seine River rose to the highest level in more than 30 years. In the French capital the Seine is up more than 6 meters.

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