Floods hit Turkeys north after wildfires ravage south Floods caused by the extraordinary heavy rains on Wednesday struck Turkey’s north coast after some of Turkey’s largest wildfires devastated the southwest, hit bridges and left the village without electricity. rice field.
A heart attack killed one person in Bartın, Uttar Pradesh, and paramedics are searching for another missing person, state broadcaster TRT Huber said.
The Federal Emergency Management Agency (AAFAD) said the collapse of the bridge in Bartın injured 16 people and caused power outages in 12 villages.
Floods hit Turkeys north after wildfires ravage south Reuters footage showed a house in Sinop, 150 miles (240 km) east of Bartın, collapsed due to a flood and a car caught in the water.
AAFAD said the hospital was being evacuated and several roads in Sinop were closed, warning that heavy rains were expected to continue in the area.
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TRT footage showed that heavy rains flooded Customnu with rivers, dragging vehicles and debris about 70km inland.
According to the TRT, hydropower plants were flooded as the water level rose.
Northern Turkey is prone to floods, especially in the rainy summers. Floods in the area last year killed at least five people.
Turkey has fought deadly wildfires and burned thousands of hectares of forest on the south coast for the past two weeks.
This week, the United Nations Climate Commission issued a harsh warning that global greenhouse gas levels are high enough to guarantee decades of climate change.
Already recorded temperatures of 1.1 degrees Celsius are sufficient to release devastating weather, including fires in Turkey, Greece and the United States.