Aerial photos reveal destruction after storm in Halkidiki

12 July 2019
271 Views

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.

You may be interested

German Parliament: Turkish-Libyan maritime MoU is illegal
SLIDE
shares16 views
SLIDE
shares16 views

German Parliament: Turkish-Libyan maritime MoU is illegal

makis - Jan 23, 2020

The legal department of the German Federal Parliament (Bundestag) opined that the Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) between Turkey and Libya…

“Athens is one of the last cities in Europe that can still be old, weird & chaotic”
GREECE
shares1503 views
GREECE
shares1503 views

“Athens is one of the last cities in Europe that can still be old, weird & chaotic”

Panos - Jan 23, 2020

At a time when the mainstream narrative is all about how Greece’s ‘best and brightest’ minds have been fleeing the…

These countries shut down the Internet the most
GREECE
shares19 views
GREECE
shares19 views

These countries shut down the Internet the most

Panos - Jan 23, 2020

When it comes to curbing dissent and freedom of expression, some governments take the drastic step of shutting down the…

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published.