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Record floods in Romania! The greatest disaster of the last 200 years! Dozens of localities under water. Helicopters intervene.
According to the National Administration “Romanian Waters”, the floods in recent days are historic…not happened in Romania for over 200 years.
The situation is quite serious. In the last three days cumulative precipitations were recorded 150 l / sqm- / 170l / sqm which led to a historical flood on the river Timiș and tributaries Bistra and Pogăniș.
The General Inspectorate for Emergency Situations (IGSU) added that heavy downpours on 22 June caused flooding in 90 locations in 19 counties across the country.
The worst affected counties are Alba, Bihor, Caraș-Severin, Botoșani and Vaslui. Areas of Harghita, Mureș, NEAMT and Suceava counties were also badly hit.
In Romania one month ago and today
20 May 2020 – The drought that is scorching the eastern states of the European Union is devastating crops and exacerbating what is expected to be the worst economic recession the region will go through since the fall of communism, Bloomberg was quoted as saying by Agerpres.
In some parts of Romania and Poland this is the worst drought in the last 100 years, in the Czech Republic it is the worst in the last 500 years. May 20, 2020 | ECONOMICA.net
Thanks to Adoni for these links
“I lived in NEAMT for 15 years,” says Adoni
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June 23, 2020 at 11:04AM