Flooded houses, streets, electricity interruptions– chaos in Skopje, Kumanovo and Tetovo


Flooded yards, basements, houses, fallen trees, poles and damaged cars were reported to the single emergency number after the storm that hit the regions of Tetovo, Skopje and Kumanovo on Wednesday evening.

The Crisis Management Center (CMC) received calls from the three cities during the night and this morning about flooded areas, yards, basements, houses, buildings, fallen trees, poles, poles, damaged houses, detached sheets, gutters, damaged roofs, damaged cars, etc.

The crisis headquarters of the Tetovo Municipality received information about a blocked local road for the village of Vejce on Shar Planina, as well as the road near the Tetovo barracks that is full of water and where there was a stuck vehicle, there were blocked sewers in the upper part of the city and in Golema Rechica, and a large amount of water has entered private houses in yards and basements.

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