Floods in Belgium and Germany raised its shape on a broad level as it’s now the day of mourning.
#belgiumfloods 🙏 for people’s safety https://t.co/BqrRGojQ9V— Musical Mind (@13Fufad) July 17, 2021
The flood took more than 133 lives wherein thousands of people are still uncounted.
At least 153 people have died in Germany and 20 in Belgium following “historic” flooding, with more than 1,000 still missing. https://t.co/G2YbWEFiWQ— LBC News (@LBCNews) July 17, 2021
“How these beautiful summer days turned into extremely bad days for our fellow citizens. It turned dark all around” said the Prime Minister Alexander De Croo.
A week of heavy rain came to an end after reaching the level in some places normally expected 200 years.
The Government added – “We lost everything we got, now we have to start from zero and to set it on the top again.”
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