Европа страдает от потопов

8 Августа 2010, 20:44

Сразу три европейских государства — Германия, Чехия и Польша — оказались во власти сильнейшего наводнения. Фото AFP

A man stands in flood waters in the south-western Polish town of Bogatynia inundated after the Miedzianka River burst it's banks, a result of heavy rains on August 7, 2010. AFP PHOTO/ PAP/GRZEGORZ HAWALEJ
A firefighter helps residents of the Hermanice village to cross a flooded brook on August 8, 2010, near Liberec city, North Bohemia. Eight people died and thousands were evacuated amid disrupted traffic and power outages as floods hit parts of central Europe following heavy rainfall on August 7, 2010, rescuers said. AFP PHOTO MICHAL CIZEK
A car submerged in flood waters in the south-western Polish town of Bogatynia inundated after the Miedzianka River burst it's banks, a result of heavy rains on August 7, 2010. AFP PHOTO/ PAP/GRZEGORZ HAWALEJ
A table and chairs of a garden cafe stand in the flooded courtyard of the Wasserschloss Klaffenbach moated castle in Chemnitz, eastern Germany, on August 7, 2010. Heavy rainfalls caused floodings in eastern and southern parts of the country. AFP PHOTO HENDRIK SCHMIDT GERMANY OUT
A man cycles over a flooded meadow at the lakeshore of the Starnberger See lake in Starnberg, southern Germany, on August 7, 2010. Heavy rainfalls in southern parts of Bavaria caused floods. AFP PHOTO ANDREAS GEBERT GERMANY OUT
Residents walk in flood water in the south-western Polish town of Bogatynia inundated after the Miedzianka River burst it's banks, a result of heavy rains on August 7, 2010. AFP PHOTO/ PAP/GRZEGORZ HAWALEJ
Photo taken on August 8, 2010 shows a flooded house in Hermanice village, near the Liberec city, North Bohemia. Eight people died and thousands were evacuated amid disrupted traffic and power outages as floods hit parts of central Europe following heavy rainfall on August 7, 2010, rescuers said. AFP PHOTO/ MICHAL CIZEK
A firefighter looks at the flooded brook on August 8, 2010 in Hermanice village, near Liberec city, North Bohemia. Eight people died and thousands were evacuated amid disrupted traffic and power outages as floods hit parts of central Europe following heavy rainfall on August 7, 2010, rescuers said. AFP PHOTO/ MICHAL CIZEK
Pants and a hat lay in the mud on August 8, 2010, at the square in Frydlant, near Liberec city, North Bohemia. Eight people died and thousands were evacuated amid disrupted traffic and power outages as floods hit parts of central Europe following heavy rainfall on August 7, 2010, rescuers said. AFP PHOTO / MICHAL CIZEK
The swollen Neisse river floods Goerlitz, eastern Germany, on August 8, 2010. Rising floodwaters forced the evacuation of more than 1,400 people in southeastern Germany, including residents of two homes for the aged, authorities said. According to the authorities, 1,450 residents of Goerlitz and the surrounding area had been taken to safety in boats, buses and helicopters. Heavy rains and a dam-break on Witka Lake in Poland near the German border led the Neisse and several other rivers in Germany, Poland and the Czech Republic to burst their banks. AFP PHOTO / ROBERT MICHAEL
A boat of the German Lifeguard Association DLRG makes its way through the flood waters of the Neisse river in Ostritz near Goerlitz, eastern Germany, next to the Polish border on August 8, 2010. According to the authorities, 1,450 residents of Goerlitz and the surrounding area had been taken to safety in boats, buses and helicopters. Heavy rains and a dam-break on Witka Lake in Poland near the German border led the Neisse and several other rivers in Germany, Poland and the Czech Republic to burst their banks. AFP PHOTO / ROBERT MICHAEL
Cars submerge in the flood waters of the Neisse river in Ostritz near Goerlitz, eastern Germany, next to the Polish border on August 8, 2010. According to the authorities, 1,450 residents of Goerlitz and the surrounding area had been taken to safety in boats, buses and helicopters. Heavy rains and a dam-break on Witka Lake in Poland near the German border led the Neisse and several other rivers in Germany, Poland and the Czech Republic to burst their banks. AFP PHOTO / ROBERT MICHAEL
Excursion steam boats lay at the pier flooded by the Elbe river in Dresden, eastern Germany, on August 8, 2010. Heavy rains and a dam-break on Witka Lake in Poland near the German border led the Neisse and several other rivers in Germany, Poland and the Czech Republic to burst their banks. AFP PHOTO MATTHIAS HIEKEL GERMANY OUT
Two men sweep mud from a path flooded by the Elbe river in Dresden, eastern Germany, on August 8, 2010. Heavy rains and a dam-break on Witka Lake in Poland near the German border led the Neisse and several other rivers in Germany, Poland and the Czech Republic to burst their banks. AFP PHOTO MATTHIAS HIEKEL GERMANY OUT
A section of a railway track is washed away by the floods of the Neisse river in Hagenwerder near Goerlitz, eastern Germany, on August 8, 2010. Heavy rains and a dam-break on Witka Lake in Poland near the German border led the Neisse and several other rivers in Germany, Poland and the Czech Republic to burst their banks. AFP PHOTO ROBERT MICHAEL
A section of a railway track is washed away by the floods of the Neisse river in Hagenwerder near Goerlitz, eastern Germany, on August 8, 2010. Heavy rains and a dam-break on Witka Lake in Poland near the German border led the Neisse and several other rivers in Germany, Poland and the Czech Republic to burst their banks. AFP PHOTO ROBERT MICHAEL
A resident of Bogadynia sits in front of his demaged house on August 8, 2010 in Bogadynia, southern Poland. Eight people died and thousands were evacuated amid disrupted traffic and power outages as floods hit parts of central Europe following heavy rainfall on August 7, 2010, rescuers said. AFP PHOTO/ MICHAL CIZEK
Aerial view shows the St. Marienthal monastery in Ostritz, eastern Germany, being surrounded by the floods of the Neisse river on August 8, 2010. Heavy rains and a dam-break on Witka Lake in Poland near the German border led the Neisse and several other rivers in Germany, Poland and the Czech Republic to burst their banks. AFP PHOTO MATTHIAS HIEKEL GERMANY OUT
A resident of Bogadynia looks on as his son checks the demaged to their house on August 8, 2010 in Bogadynia, southern Poland. Eight people died and thousands were evacuated amid disrupted traffic and power outages as floods hit parts of central Europe following heavy rainfall on August 7, 2010, rescuers said.PHOTO AFP/ MICHAL CIZEK
Members of a family, residents of Hermanice village, clean their flooded garden on August 8, 2010 in Hermanice village, near Liberec city, North Bohemia. Eight people died and thousands were evacuated amid disrupted traffic and power outages as floods hit parts of central Europe following heavy rainfall on August 7, 2010, rescuers said.PHOTO AFP/ MICHAL CIZEK
A mother and her son, residents of Hermanice village, clean their flooded garden on August 8, 2010 near Liberec city, in North Bohemia. Eight people died and thousands were evacuated amid disrupted traffic and power outages as floods hit parts of central Europe following heavy rainfall on August 7, 2010, rescuers said. AFP PHOTO/MICHAL CIZEK

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