The wave of bad weather (“Eurydice”, as it was named by the National Observatory of Athens), continues to sweep the country from Monday.
5 people dead is the impact of the severe bad weather that hit western Attica, especially the areas of Mandra, Magoula and Nea Peramos.
Tragic are the effects of the severe bad weather that hit western Attica, especially the areas of Mandra, Magoula and Nea Peramos.
The report so far is five dead in Mandra. An elderly woman found dead in her house at the entrance of Koropouli and Platonos streets, while an 85-year-old man was found dead in his residence on Agamemnonos 8 Street.
Shortly before 12.00, a man, aged 60-65, was found dead in a flooded courtyard on Leonidas Stamou Street, in a region between Mandra and Vilia, Attica. Shortly after 12.20 noon, a fourth dead, in the courtyard, event venue was located on the road of the Old National Road of Elefsina-Thiva. She is a 50-year-old man.
According to the Fire Service, two other women were unleashed, one of them injured while the other had symptoms of hypothermia.
Time to time the crews and services that rush to the Mandra and Magoula areas discover the magnitude of the disaster caused by the fierce storm. All the streams and torrents of the area overflowed, resulting in the rush of water destroying homes, industrial facilities and infrastructure, and causing extensive damage to utility networks.
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