Cyclone Zorbas: Missing man rescued in Euboea

1 October 2018
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A man missing in Euboea after cyclone Zorbas hit the island on Saturday has been found safe. The 27-year old man, one of four people who had gone missing, was located by the special search and rescue unit of the fire department near the riverside between Prokopi and Mantoudi in Euboea on Monday. The news of his rescue was confirmed by the deputy Prefect of Sterea Ellas Fanis Spanos on Thema radio 104.6. The man was exhausted when the firefighters reached him but is reportedly in good health. The search for three others still missing continues.

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