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Eerie photos, state of emergency in Bosnia and Herzegovina and Croatia: River levels went over 7 meters, the search for the missing boy continues (PHOTO)

The state of emergency was introduced in several municipalities of both countries

The bad weather in Bosnia and Herzegovina is still not calming down. The search for a little boy continues who fell down in a raging stream. One person lost its life in Croatia in the sea.

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Sanski Most was struck by water torrent which created chaos in the city.

Poplave u Bosni i Hercegovini

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The rain caused a lot of problems for the citizens in that city, and around 100 rescuers of FUCZ were engaged in rescuing and support.

There was an eerie atmosphere in that city last night, according to Avaz.ba.

Poplave u Bosni i Hercegovini

Foto: Tanjug/AP

The state of emergency was proclaimed last night in Bosanski Novi. 

The level of river Una in Novi Grad was 511 cm, which is above the level of the regular flood defenses. The level of Sana was dropping, and then it grew to 544cm.

Poplave u Bosni i Hercegovini

Foto: Tanjug/AP

The search for the six-year-old boy who fell down in the river continues today, south down the basin of river Bosna.

Yesterday's action gave no result, it will be continued today.

 
 
 
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CROATIA: WATER LEVELS STOPPED GROWING THIS MORNING 

The water levels were on the rise the entire day yesterday in Croatia, which is also struck by floods, reports Croatian portals. The state of emergency was announced in Karlovac and Hrvatska Kostajnica, where the level of Una reached 450 cm.

 
 
 
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The level of Una in Kostajnica was 452 cm, and Korana in Karlovac 798 cm, but both of them stopped growing on Wednesday morning. However, the state of emergency is still active. All rescue services are on standby.

- The situation is not critical and no houses are flooded. The barriers were already placed, and the members of the civil service are going around the terrain and they are reinforcing the embankments.

VIDEO: The mayor of Karlovac: River Kupa is causing problems 

(Telegraf.co.uk / Avaz, Index.hr)

Tags: Bad weather, Balkan news, Bosnia and Herzgovina, Croatia, Daily news, East Europe, Floods, rescue, River, Riverbed, storm
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