Bulgaria’s Troyan Suffers Damages Following Floods
A house was demolished on account of the prolific rain in Troyan Tuesday. As a result a Roma family of six living in the Bulgarian town has been evacuated from their home and will be accommodated at a local crisis center.
There are further damages from the flood, but their total cost has not yet been established, as reported by OFFNews.
So far, one house has been completely demolished and many others are currently flooded. Several public buildings have also suffered certain damages. No people have been affected.
Rock landslides in the region have created further problems along the road leading through the Troyanski underpass. Some of the inter-city roads were also flooded making traffic almost impossible. Currently, local traffic has returned to normal.
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