Tuesday, September 30, 2014

LIVE. Floods: Herault red alert is expected to … – Le Parisien

LIVE. Floods: Herault red alert is expected to … – Le Parisien

<- Hard dé e: 0.032361030578613 sec -> The Department of Herault woke feet in the water on Tuesday morning. Despite a lull, the difficulties do not seem to open. The department is maintained on red alert 17 hours until Tuesday because of possible new rainy weather France announced in its bulletin Tuesday morning. The weather agency has kept track orange alert for the departments of Aude, Pyrenees-Orientales and Gard.
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The weather Monday have already done a lot of damage and a lot of survivors. According to France Bleu Hérault, 4000 people were supported tonight in Herault, half in marshalling Béziers and Montpellier. Besides the hundreds of people trapped in the auditorium of Zenith, in Montpellier.

Side transport, interference is expected throughout the day Tuesday. SNCF informed passengers that the train traffic was interrupted between Nimes and Narbonne until early afternoon. Travelers are advised to defer travel, particularly for journeys to and from the Languedoc-Roussillon (TGV) and for travel between Nice and Bordeaux (Intercity). In addition, several TGV SNCF for Renfe-terminus, or starting exceptional, Perpignan and Figueras. Travelers are supported by coaches.


7:20. New rainfall announced.
“New storm cells that are currently on the Balearic Islands and along the Spanish odds will quickly ascend to the Languedoc-Roussillon in the second half of the morning. An additional water blade up to 90 to 130 mm is possible in some places (especially on the Aude and Herault western), “announced Météo France.

7:00. 300mm fell in a few hours “On Herault, red alert since Monday, at present several observations water exceed 300 mm from the beginning of the episode which justifies the yet maintaining the red alert given the soil conditions of the additional water slide expected, ‘the meteorologists.

VIDEO. The Zenith of Montpellier turned into accommodation center

AUDIO. Floods in Hérault: the dawn of “Shipwrecked” / strong & gt;


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