AFTER THE STORM: The municipality of Burgas also declared a partial state of emergency.
There are over 130 reports of broken cars and more than 450 reports of uprooted trees
After Pomorie, the municipality of Burgas also declared a partial state of emergency. Parts of the Meden Rudnik neighborhood remain without street lighting.
Over 130 reports of broken cars and more than 450 uprooted trees have been filed on the territory of the municipality.
On Sunday, a powerful storm hit Burgas. Fallen trees, demolished houses and yachts dragged into the sea, injured people. This is part of the balance sheet from the element. The municipality of Pomorie declared a partial state of emergency and gathered a crisis headquarters to deal with the consequences of the stormy weather.
According to Prof. Maria Neikova, regional governor of Burgas, the crisis is under control, and the removal of fallen trees continues. “The infrastructure is very damaged, there is a lot of damage that is yet to be assessed. Including damage to buildings, schoolyards, personal cars,” she said.
According to her, electricity has been restored to a large part of the Burgas region, including in “Meden Rudnik”. “Pillars were knocked down, wires were broken. The Minister of Agriculture is assisting because a large part of the production has been destroyed, including vineyards and grapes. From tomorrow, interdepartmental commissions will begin work that will describe the damage so that compensations can be paid. “Prisoners also help to repair the damage,” stressed Prof. Neikova.