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Floods in the 60’s Slovakia. b y Martina Surovcikova & Jakub Vlcak. The begin of the hell. In 1965 the spring was cold and rainy , suddenly it got warmer . The snow from the Alps melt and the level of rivers rose

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Floods in the 60’s

Slovakia

by Martina Surovcikova & JakubVlcak

the begin of the hell
The begin of the hell
  • In 1965 the spring was cold and rainy, suddenlyitgot warmer. The snowfrom the Alpsmelt and the level of riversrose
  • 13/6/1965 the water experts warnedagainst3rd level of flooddanger
  • 15/6/1965 at 9 o’clock the water broke the barriernear the village of Patince. In few hours the village was completelyunderwater
the water is flowing and flowing
The water is flowingand flowing
  • 17.6. high of the Danube was
  • 801 cm
  • At 10:30 the barriernear
  • Číčovowas broken
  • Whenpeoplethoughtit was
  • the end of big water, suddenly
  • the barriernearKollarovo
  • was destroyedtooon 25th
  • of June
  • After108 daysexperts
  • announcedthe end of the
  • floods
statistics
Statistics
  • 94 000 hectars of the ground was under the water
  • 53 693 peoplefrom65villageswereevacuated
  • 3910housesweredestroyed and 6180onesweredamaged
  • 1 billion m3of water floodedthisarea
  • Itcost over 3 billionsof crowns (nowabout100 million €)
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