UNITED STATES (OBSERVATORY NEWS) — Extreme weather in the UK has caused extensive damage to property and at least three casualties in total since last weekend.
Floods triggered by hurricane “Denis” flooded entire areas of West England.
More than 200 flood flood warnings have also been sent to residents of Wales and Scotland.
“We have 1,000 emergency field staff who are preparing residents for floods or assisting with evacuations, unfortunately. We are closely monitoring towns like Severn, Shrewsbury or Boudley, where water levels are expected to rise,” he informed. minister of state for the environment.
The statement came after heavy rains poured out of the Herifed City River, endangering residents and submerging neighborhoods and homes.
The “Dennis” storm that landed in England on Saturday brought with it within 2 days an amount of rainfall equal to one month.
The country remains at risk of flooding and has yet to recover from the damage caused by the Kiara hurricane a week ago, which would have killed at least eight people in Europe.
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