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Germany experience heavy downpour

Dozens killed in flooding caused by rainfall ‘not seen in 100 years’ in Europe!

At least 46 people have succumbed due to drastic flooding in western Europe, affected by what authorities interpreted as the most massive downpour in a century. Up to 70 people are missing in Germany after flash storms sailed across western and southern portions of the nation, resulting in skyscrapers slumping, the officer said Thursday. Germany underwent the worst blow with 40 people killed, while six people departed in Belgium. Luxembourg and the Netherlands are also pretentious.

“In some regions, we have not detected this much downpour in 100 years,” Andreas Friedrich, a German weather service (DWD) spokesman, tells. He said that “in some regions, we’ve noticed more than twofold the percentage of the downpour which has affected flooding and unfortunately some skyscraper buildings have collapsed.”

The German nations of North Rhine-Westphalia, Rhineland-Palatinate and Saarland were affected, Friedrich calculated. German Chancellor Angela Merkel, who is on her swansong stay in Washington DC, announced the fatal storms that have slammed some portions of her nation are a “catastrophe.”

“Here in Washington, my sentiments are also invariably with the people in our country,” Merkel explained at a press meeting on Thursday before she met with US President Joe Biden.

“Peaceful spots are running through a disaster in these hours, one can say a catastrophe. Heavy downpour and storms are very ineffective phrases to interpret this — it is therefore certainly a catastrophe.”

Merkel explained the emphasis is presently on the recovery and timely response to those entailed by the storms, but added that she was in personal communication with her nation’s finance minister, Olaf Scholz, to work on a method or longer-term economic aid to assist healing.

“I mourn for those who have lost their lives in this disaster — we do not yet realize these figures but there will be numerous,” she put in. Merkel’s spokesman Steffen Seibert gave consolation to the households of the patients. “I am alarmed by the emergency that so many people in the storm regions have to undergo. My sympathies go out to the households of the deceased and missing,” Seibert inscribed on Twitter.

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