Death toll rises to 70 from Turkey floods, 47 reported missing | Malay Mail

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ISTANBUL, Aug 16 — Flash floods that swept through towns in Turkish Black Sea provinces have killed 70 people and emergency workers continue to search for 47 missing people, authorities said today. The floods last week brought chaos as torrents of water tossed dozens of cars and heaps of debris...

ISTANBUL, Aug 16 — Flash floods that swept through towns in Turkish Black Sea provinces have killed 70 people and emergency workers continue to search for 47 missing people, authorities said today.

The floods last week brought chaos as torrents of water tossed dozens of cars and heaps of debris along streets, destroyed buildings and bridges, closed roads and damaged electricity infrastructure. Sixty people died as a result of floods in Kastamonu province. Another nine people died in Sinop and one in Bartin, the Disaster and Emergency Management Directorate said.Drone footage showed massive damage in the town of Bozkurt in Kastamonu province, where rescue teams searched demolished buildings at the weekend.

More than 2,000 people were evacuated from affected areas, some with the help of helicopters and boats, AFAD said. Weather forecasters warned of further flooding due to expected heavy rainfall today in Black Sea provinces to the east of the regions affected last week. — Reuters

 

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