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State of Emergency Declared in S. Bulgaria after Severe Flooding

Posted by feww on February 7, 2012

Dam in southern Bulgaria collapses leaving at least 20 dead or missing 

The civil defense authorities have declared a state of emergency in southern Bulgaria after the dam on the Ivanovo Reservoir collapsed sending a 3-meter (9 ft) surge of water to the nearby village of Bisser near the Greek border, leaving at least 20 people dead or missing and hundreds of homes inundated.

Disaster Calendar 2012 – February 7

[February 7, 2012]  Mass die-offs resulting from human impact and the planetary response to the anthropogenic assault could occur by early 2016.  SYMBOLIC COUNTDOWN: 1,499 Days Left to the ‘Worst Day’ in Human History

  • Bulgaria.  A state of emergency has been declare in much of southern Bulgaria after the dam on the Ivanovo Reservoir collapsed sending a 3-meter (9 ft) surge of water to the nearby village of Bisser near the Greek border, leaving at least 20 people dead or missing and hundreds of homes inundated.
    • The collapse was caused by severe flooding from a combination of torrential rains and melting snow.
    • Two other larger dams in the region were on the brink of overflowing, threatening to inundate vast populated areas, the authorities warned.
    • Massive volumes of floodwater are also surging down Arda river, which enters Maritsa river, impacting both  the northern portion of the Evros prefecture in Greece, including Kastanies, and the western portion of Edirne in NW Turkey.

Other Global Disasters

  • Serbia. As the deadly freeze in Europe continued, heavy snowfall and extremely cold temperatures prompted the Serbian government to declare a state of emergency for the entire country.
    • Up to 95 percent of all roads in the country have become impassible due to snow and ice, reports said.
    • The Arctic cold has claimed at least a dozen lives and left more than 70,000 people isolated in remote areas.

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