Eight People Died in a Storm in the Western Part of Romania
Eight people were killed and dozens were injured in a storm that broke out on Sunday evening in the western part of Romania. More than 60 people have been injured and admitted to hospitals, BNR reported.
The heavy rainfall and wind at a speed of 100 km/h have broken power lines and blocked roads. Strong wind has also caused damage in Serbia. An orange code for dangerous weather is in place throughout the country. Meteorologists warn of possible dangerous phenomena after the hot weather in the country.
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