Floods in Western Europe killed more than 100 people

More than 100 people have lost their lives and many buildings have been evacuated so far as a result of flood disasters due to heavy rains in Western Europe, especially in Germany and Belgium.

Western Europe has been facing devastating floods lately. According to the statement made today, the total number of deaths has exceeded 100. Buildings in flood-hit areas continue to collapse due to storms. Many neighborhoods and regions are in ruins. According to the statement made by the authorities, 103 people lost their lives in Germany and 15 people in Belgium, while dozens of people are still missing.

The disaster is described as the worst disaster in western Germany and several Western European countries in the last 200 years. According to the statements, the floods became so strong with the flooding of the rivers that they shattered everything in its path.

a great disaster

Germany’s Rhineland – Palatinate and North Rhine-Westphalia several homes located in the province have been evacuated. German Chancellor Angela Merkel described the situation as a major disaster and stated that hundreds of search and rescue teams were sent to the regions. The floods also had devastating effects in Germany’s neighboring countries, the Netherlands, Luxembourg, and Belgium.

The exact extent of the damage remains unknown in the regions where search and rescue efforts continue.

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