Aerial photos reveal destruction after storm in Halkidiki
A number of aerial photos demonstrate the magnitude of the catastrophe a storm left in its wake in Halkidiki on Wednesday night.
The extreme weather, which struck the areas of Nea Plagia, Nea Potidea, and Sozopol, claimed the lives of 7 tourists, with the last victim discovered on Thursday morning by a rescue crew. Several injured people who were injured were transferred to the local hospitals. The winds that hit the area had a speed of more than 100 kilometers per hour and left behind them, among other things, uprooted trees, and overturned cars.
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