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Fierce winds, heavy rain batter parts of Poland

15.10.2020 09:45
Firefighters were called out more than 5,200 times after strong winds and heavy rainfall hit parts of Poland in the middle of this week, a spokesman has said.
Vehicles damaged by a fallen tree in the northwestern Polish city of Szczecin on Wednesday.
Vehicles damaged by a fallen tree in the northwestern Polish city of Szczecin on Wednesday.Photo: PAP/Adam Warżawa

High winds and storms lashed the country’s western and southern provinces as well as the Pomerania region in the north, Krzysztof Batorski, a spokesman for the State Fire Service, said on Thursday morning.

Some 29,000 firefighters were deployed to help pump water out of flooded basements and remove fallen trees from roads and railroad tracks, Batorski told reporters.

There were no reports of serious injuries in the aftermath of the extreme weather.

One person was slightly hurt when a tree fell on a car near the northern town of Puck, state news agency PAP reported.


Source: IAR, PAP