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UPDATE: Storms lash Poland, causing flooding, power cuts

23.06.2021 00:29
Firefighters were called out almost 1,700 times on Tuesday after torrential rain, hail and fierce winds lashed swathes of Poland.
Storm damage in Poznań, western Poland.
Storm damage in Poznań, western Poland. Photo: PAP/Jakub Kaczmarczyk

In the western city of Poznań, part of the roof of a sports hall collapsed. Fire crews were called in to deal with flooding in five hospitals and a cathedral in the city.

Downpours turned many Poznań streets into fast moving streams.

In other parts of the country, winds uprooted trees and disrupted power supplies.

Over 23,000 people were left without electricity, most of them in the central Mazovia region, Grzegorz Świszcz from the Government Security Centre said on Tuesday evening.

Forecasters warned that further storms were expected in the first half of the night in eastern regions.

There were no reports of serious injuries as a result of the extreme weather, which came after several days of scorching temperatures.


Source: PAP/Polish Radio