Europe's torrential rains and floods have wreaked havoc on modern technology

Dozens were killed in Germany, Belgium, Switzerland, and the Netherlands

Europe's torrential rains and floods have wreaked havoc on modern technology

BRUSSELS - Floods caused by torrential rains in Western Europe have killed at least 120 people and left hundreds missing, rescue workers say. Has started searching for people. Hundreds of people are missing after flash floods triggered by torrential rains in Germany and Belgium. Extreme levels of flood danger were announced in Switzerland, Luxembourg, and the Netherlands, with more than 100 people killed in floods in Germany.

German President Frank-Walter told a news conference after visiting a flood-hit area on Saturday that he was "shocked" to see the devastation caused by the floods. Is what he had built all his life. Rescue teams in Germany are facing difficulties due to floodwaters on all sides, while the families of the missing are anxiously waiting to find out about their loved ones.

The floods have severely damaged Germany's telephone network damaged roads and cut off power to more than 100000 homes the worst-hit states in Germany are North Rhine-Westphalia, Rhineland-Palatinate, and Saarland. Are more affected. Officials in the Ahlweiler district of Palatine say about 1,300 people are missing. A resident of Ahweller, a village in Skild, told the British Broadcasting Corporation that cars were washed away and houses knocked on scenes he likened to war zones. Roger-Lزntz Rhineland-Palatinate's interior minister, told reporters that he feared the death toll could rise further saying you have to be prepared for the worst when you can't hear about the missing for so long. Should.

Meanwhile, in Belgium where floods have killed 20 people, the army has enlisted the help of rescue operations in four provinces. Belgian Prime Minister Alexander de Cruz has announced July 20 as National Mourning Day. The floods are the most devastating in our country so far he said. Meanwhile, thousands of people have been displaced from their homes due to rising floodwaters in the province of Limburg in the Netherlands. Residents in the southern Dutch city of Maastricht and surrounding towns have begun returning to their homes after floodwaters receded. Lakes and rivers have also risen in Switzerland after heavy rains.

Europe's torrential rains and floods have wreaked havoc on modern technology

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