Iraq floods kill 11 and bring down an iron bridge

Iraq floods kill 11 and bring down an iron bridge
Iraq floods kill 11 and bring down an iron bridge
The Iraqi Security Media Cell issued a statement saying: “In addition to its duties in pursuing wanted persons and clearing land, the security forces in Kirkuk Governorate are evacuating many besieged families as a result of torrents“.

On the other hand, heavy rains, on Friday morning, led to a fall iron bridge (Al-Queer Bridge) and its complete suspension.

And the bridge slowly began to drift with the torrents within the Nineveh Operations Command sector, according to the security statement.

and swept torrents and floods destroyer many From alive Conditional Capital province Kurdistan Iraq Erbil, puppy precipitation heavy for rain On Bezel hours continuous after middle the night.

وقال President Government province Kurdistan Iraq, pleased Barzani, in a statment: “I’m sorry Adult Died Number From Citizens calendar torrents and floods Which formed by doing rain heavy And strike number From villages والمناطق in a city Erbil and caused with losses material big”.

وقال Feast the rest Suleiman, and he From population one suburbs affected From torrents, in a a dialogue with Sky News Arabic :“the scene It was awful flock the night We are mobilized and why ننم as lol that war spin around us where voices thunders Beating the rain thick did not stop, And the tragedy you become trapped face your destiny Without movement, no You could Even help your neighbors, where All in a the danger”.

ويضيف Suleiman :“Praise Allah Damage in a our area did not be size areas other, where over there victims with sorry, ودمار in a the houses gesticulate contain it From furniture and devices electric And from baggage, and as General the situation worrying والناس afraid the worst where you talk meteorology on that this is waves thunder rain will stretch long week Approximately”.

The death toll from the Erbil floods and torrents has risen to 11, including a baby and foreign residents. The local authorities in the city announced the registration of two victims, a Filipino and a Turkish, while there are still many missing people who were swept away by the thundering torrents, and the security authorities expect them to lose their lives.

The devastating torrents and floods, especially in the city of Erbil and its sub-divisions, caused great loss of life and property, as hundreds of homes, cars and shops were destroyed and damaged.

For their part, Iraqi citizens complain of weak and worn out drainage systems, which double the risk of torrential rains and floods, but climatologists in Iraq point out that the continuous storm precipitation naturally leads to the formation of destructive torrential rains.

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