In the center of Varny, a 43-year-old woman died on Saturday evening when a tree fell on her. The falling branches of the tree then caused injuries to two rescuers who were sent to the scene of the accident, the police said in a statement. A 65-year-old driver died in the suburbs of the Bulgarian metropolis Sofia, whose car was also struck by lightning. The driver’s wife suffered serious injuries in the incident and was hospitalized.
In Ružinove, a strong vietor a sneží blows (Source: TASR/ Martina Kriková)
“Unfavorable weather has caused losses to life. Búrlivý vietor, prudký dážď a na nemějne právných sneh stěžujúj právod na životných sánchez,” introduced on Sunday morning by Varny Mayor Blagomir Kocev. At the same time, he urged residents to stay inside. The airport in Varna remains open despite the weather, but some flights are canceled or delayed. Falling trees also disrupted railway traffic.
Výstrahy from dangerously strong wind
The Bulgarian Meteorological Service has issued warnings of dangerously strong winds for the whole of Eastern Bulgaria on Sunday. He warned that the wind can reach speeds of 100 to 125 kilometers per hour, while waves along the Black Sea coast can reach a height of over five meters. The same pressure also affected the south of Romania, but the Black Sea harbors were closed.
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(Source: TASR/AP/Bulgarian News Agency)
The Romanian meteorologists have also issued the highest weather warnings in the two Black Sea regions lying near the border with Bulgaria. Úrady also sent sms messages to residents, urging them to stay inside. Thousands of households in Romania remained without electricity supply. Firefighters had to save themselves when removing 140 fallen trees and 40 damaged cars.
As a result of unfavorable weather a rozbúreného must have caused damage in Greece on Saturday. A historic warship, which was used during the resistance against the Greek dictatorial regime in the years 1967 to 1974, was damaged in the port of Thessaloniki.