Italy has been storming for a week. There is currently a landslide on the island of Ischia in Naples. At least one person was killed.
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Updated November 27, 8:24 am: After the Ischia landslide, rescue teams worked through the night in hopes of finding the 11 people still missing. 13 people were injured. So far, one death, a 31-year-old woman, has been confirmed. His body was reportedly recovered from the mud. Her husband is still missing, according to Italian media. There was a lot of mourning for the girl on social media.
Emergency services rescue bodies from mud: Search continues for missing in Ischia
Italian news agency ANSA reported that 200 people were to be evacuated. A state of emergency is expected to be declared on Sunday morning. The situation on the ground is complicated. More storms have been reported.
8 missing persons, including a newborn baby, have been rescued and are safe. “It’s a tragedy,” the civil defense chief said.
On Saturday (November 26) around 5am, the storm hit the Italian island of Ischia in darkness. The overflowing waters caused flooding and chaos. In the coastal town of Casamichiola, a mudslide of boulders and debris rolled toward the sea. She tore everything in her path into the sea, even cars and buses.
Television images showed a slide collapsing onto a mud-covered building in the dark and a man up to his chest in water. Videos from the fire brigade showed completely destroyed cars and streets flooded with rubble and mud.
Updated as of November 26, 9:15 PM: According to the Ansa news agency, around 30 families are stuck in the mud without electricity or running water. Access to her surroundings was blocked by mud and debris. Heavy rain caused a landslide in the north of the island of Naples early Saturday morning. In the small town of Casamichiola Terme, mud and debris washed into at least one house and tore several cars into the sea, media and rescue workers said. 2 people were rescued from the car that drifted in the sea.
Local authorities urged islanders to stay indoors to avoid hampering rescue efforts. Persistent rain and strong winds hampered the work of rescue teams, and reinforcements from Naples took a long time to arrive because of the storm.
Storm in Italy: Landslide on the island of Ischia in Naples – one dead and 13 missing.
Updated as of November 26, 3:00 PM: Local authorities have now corrected the death toll after a severe landslide hit the Italian island of Ischia. At least one woman was killed, and around ten people were still missing as of midday. Deputy Prime Minister Matteo Salvini had earlier spoken of eight deaths, a report later denied by Interior Minister Matteo Piandosi. A family with a child who temporarily went missing has now been found and is receiving medical treatment, Italian authorities said.
Updated on November 26, 1:38 pm: At least 8 people have died in a landslide on the Italian island of Ischia. Italian media reported this Saturday, citing Infrastructure Minister Matteo Salvini. APNews At least ten buildings were reported to have collapsed. Others, including three children, are missing.
Updated as of November 26, 12:50 PM: Many people are missing on the Italian island of Ischia due to severe storms and landslides. Authorities in the northern coastal town of Casamicciola were searching for 13 people, the Carabinieri in Naples confirmed to dpa on Saturday morning. As a result, their houses have been damaged by landslides. Meanwhile, officials evacuated people from their homes, Civil Defense tweeted.
Media reported that some families were confined to their homes. Authorities advised people in several municipalities on the island to stay at home. Ischia Mayor Enzo Ferrandino on Friday ordered the closure of schools, parks and cemeteries on Saturday because of the reported storm.
Firefighters said they were on the job since early morning due to flooding and landslides. Television images and video from the fire department showed completely mangled cars, mud-covered roads, swept away debris and a slide that appeared to have previously been a landslide.
Storm in Italy: Flood defense system “saved” Venice
Updated on November 23, 9:10 am: Cyclonic winds and high tides push sea water ashore. “Aqua Alta” is currently the order of the day in Venice. The “Moses” flood protection system “saved” Venice, the Italian news agency reported ansa.it with. Without “Moses”, 82 percent of the historic city would have been flooded. Still no relief in sight. With high tide, the city anticipates the next flood.
Storm waves hit the entire Roman coast during the night. Ten-foot waves crashed on the coast of Ostia. On the Amalfi Coast, the municipality of Maori is particularly affected. The waterfront is covered with sand and boulders. Roy News reported that the tourist harbor was completely flooded. It is said to be one of the strongest storms in recent years. In Sardinia, the wind blew across the island. On top of that it rained incessantly. More than 1,300 meters of snow fell. Schools and parks were closed. The storm caused extensive damage in large parts of Italy. The Italian fire brigade reported 2,500 storm operations.
Updated November 23, 6:05 am: Firefighters had to rescue a man from a stream in the Siena region on Tuesday, November 22 during violent storms in Italy. He got stuck in his SUV while trying to cross the creek.
Meanwhile, Venice was not in danger. The flood defenses were lifted again overnight and are set to reopen this morning Wake up again at 6.30 am. By 10:30 am, the water level should rise again to 145 cm above normal. Without the “moss” flood protection, the city would be under water at such a level. The previous day, the flood protection had already proven itself at a water level of more than 170 centimeters and prevented the worst.
Severe weather in Italy: red warning in Abruzzo – snow in the Alps
Updated from November 22, 2:56 pm: Like an Italian newspaper Republic It has been raining for hours in Abruzzo. The area remains on red alert throughout the day. The Civil Defense Operations Center reports, “The reading of hydrometric values of Sangro river telemetry network has crossed the warning limit and there is a gradual increase”. Implementation of the measures given in the Municipal Emergency Plan. Other areas at risk include the Upper Marsica Basin and the Aterno Basin.
Although it rained heavily inland, there is already snow in the north. At the ski resort of Cortina d’Ampezzo in the Dolomites, three centimeters fell overnight. In Trentino, the snow line dropped to 500 meters, while parts of the Veneto saw more than 1000 meters of snow. Ten centimeters of snow fell in the Vicentine Alps.
Heavy storms across Italy: around a hundred fire brigade operations in Rome alone
Updated on November 22, 1:21 pm: Venice is the only one badly affected by the storm. Firefighters are on duty across the country. On the Catania-Messina highway, the fire brigade had to intervene when three people, like them, were injured when a tree fell. Republic writes In addition, the ferry connection to the island of Elba was suspended.
In the capital Rome, the fire brigade has so far received around a hundred calls to falling trees, unsafe signs, flooding and water damage.
Severe weather in Italy: Venice to extend flood defenses – extreme flooding threatens city
Report from November 22, 2022:
Venice – in Italy Currently strong Storm. Storm Denis moves from Mallorca through Italy towards the Balkans. Schools were even canceled in some parts of the country. Civil Defense reported downed trees and flooding inland. Venice will be particularly hard hit. A northern Italian city has extended its floodgates due to severe flooding.
High water in Venice: 1.7 meters above normal – the third highest value
The water level reached about 170 centimeters above the normal level as reported by the municipality on Tuesday morning. noise Wetter.de This would be the third highest value since the beginning of the measurement. The highest alert level now applies. Without flood protection, about 80 percent of the sidewalks in Lagoon City would flood at this level. According to the municipality, such a condition would mean that people in the famous St. Mark’s Square would be almost waist-deep in water. Videos of people walking on sidewalks in the monsoon square were seen on social media. The flood hasn’t come yet.
Severe weather in Italy: Venice pulls out flood defense “Moses” due to high water
The city drove already early in the morning Methodology for flood protection, abbreviated as “Moses”., out. A system of 78 yellow flaps installed at the three entrances of the lagoon is operational since 2020. Especially in the fall, when rains and storms raise water levels, Venice builds multibillion-dollar structures. Since then, major floods have been avoided in the UNESCO World Heritage city. This is the highest tide the system has had to deal with since it was commissioned.
Sea salt water is a problem for historic buildings, especially mosaics and paintings, for example in churches. One The last major flood occurred in 2019, a water level of 187 cm above normal was measured during the night of November 12 to 13. The historic flood of the century in Venice dates back to 1966, when the water rose to 194 centimeters. (md with dpa)
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