Not so long ago, the unpleasantnews, which this time touched warm and sunny Turkey. Elemental catastrophe overtook Turkish lands and caused large-scale losses to the country, the size of which has not yet been fully calculated.
On a typical day, which did not foretell troubles, 22September, an irreversible and irreversible phenomenon happened. It all started with a bad weather and a heavy rain, which rushed mercilessly over the main resort areas of all beloved Turkey. The amount of precipitation many times exceeded the monthly rate and literally washed away the town of Bodrum from the face of the earth. This resort town in a relatively short time has turned into something resembling a vast sea. The boundaries of land and water were completely absent, even cars and minibuses floated in water streams, like ships. Such force majeure caused heavy losses to the owners of motor vehicles and real estate.
Professional rescuers along with localresidents took part in the search for victims and the calculation of damage caused by such a massive weather. The number of victims is about 8 people. If it were not for the competent actions of the rescue team, there could be much more. For example, during the flooding in Turkey (September), the holiday season was in full swing, and more than fifty people were evacuated in Bodrum by the rescue team.
Other Turkish cities also suffered bad weather, but the main epicenter was Bodrum, in which the consequences were the most deplorable.
According to a statistical summary of meteorologists, thiswas the most severe flood in the last 30 years. Turkey it was very expensive: in addition to direct losses in the form of permanently lost property, the reputation of the tourist business suffered. Confirmation of this event - the photo frames, which appear not only in news bulletins, but also in social networks every day, even after a lapse of time. The elements wore a wavy character, that is, swept through one city, it smoothly passed to another. An exception was not and Antalya, reached and its borders flood. Turkey, which receives large revenues from tourism, it caused great damage.
A common fact for all coastal cities, whichprovoked flooding of Turkey, property, real estate, natural beauties and rather developed infrastructure, which was built for years. Also, from an unexpected disaster, the country's economy suffered, provoked by the premature closure of the holiday season.