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Flood in Sardinia:18 dead

#1 Postby Crostorm » Tue Nov 19, 2013 6:11 am

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Update at 10:31 - The death toll continues to rise, 16 dead. That is likely to deteriorate further because of the missing and many vilages still isolated from Nuoro and Galliura.

Video from Olbia http://www.youreporter.it/video_Alluvione_Sardegna

The Council of Ministers has declared a state of emergency, as announced by Minister of Economic Development Flavio Zanon. The victims The financial heavier in Gallura, where are eight deaths: among these, four in Arzachena, one in Uras (Oristano), Torpoint and Dorgali, in the province of Nuoro. Thousands displaced in Olbia, Galtellì, Uras, Terralba, Torpoint, Arzachena, Orosei where are the streams overflowed. This is the balance of Civil Protection.

"In 24 hours the rain for six months" "Within 24 hours, a quantity of rain fell equal to precipitation of six months, with a peak of 450 mm in the area of Orgosolo (Nuoro) in 12 hours," said the head of the Protection civil, Franco Gabrielli. Whole east Sardinia, from Villagrande until Arzachena recorded, according to the Civil Protection, values ​​between 250-400 mm.

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Re: Flood in Sardinia:18 dead

#2 Postby angelwing » Tue Nov 19, 2013 8:34 am

Yikes :eek:
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#3 Postby Hybridstorm_November2001 » Fri Dec 20, 2013 9:45 pm

Wow intense storm, check out that lightning strike composite map. :eek:
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