Video, landslides and dead in torrential rain on Tunisia and warnings from Tsumani Video, landslides and dead in torrential rain on Tunisia and warnings from Tsumani
Written by  Sep 23, 2018 - 140 Views

Video, landslides and dead in torrential rain on Tunisia and warnings from Tsumani

Tunisia / Awad Salam, The city of Nabeul, one of the cities of Tunisia's tribal homeland, has suffered the greatest amount of material and human losses during the weather that caused the collapse of the country's infrastructure.

Tunisia's heavy rains in 48 hours filled dams, floods and landslides, washed away cars and people, killing two sisters and causing considerable material damage.

Video clips posted on the social networking site Facebook showed the extent of the devastation in the city and its spaces.

According to the news, the municipal authorities opened two dams, which increased the size of the flood and caused a high rate of losses.

Despite this, the official television in Tunisia did not address these painful events, which raised the resentment of Tunisians on the institution, which is the subject of several criticisms.

International tsunami monitoring centers in the Gulf of Gabes region warned of Tunisian coasts in the coming hours.

According to the Institute of Meteorology in Tunisia, the satellite images are a low formation off Sfax, which will contribute to the return of the eastern and heavy thunderstorms in the island of Qirqana first and in smaller quantities in areas overlooking the sea from Sfax, Mahdia and even Gabes and Djerba.

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