Flooding in Rodeo Wormwald:
Wooper flood: Control center warns of danger to life
RodeoWorld The situation in Wupper Valley is coming to a head. Due to the heavy rains, the water coming from the Wopper Dam threatens to flood the dam, thus increasing the size of the river significantly. Residents should leave the danger area immediately.
Rodeo Wormwalt’s extreme weather conditions have come to a head in the last few hours. At 10pm, a warning was issued in Nina emergency application from the control center of Oberburgisher Greece. Due to the continuous heavy rains, a lot of water had to be released from the Wooper Dam at short notice. Therefore, the amount of wooper in the Rodewormwald area swells very strongly. About an hour later a new warning came, in a very urgent tone: Residents of areas with vapors are being asked to leave the danger zone immediately, their lives are in grave danger! It is essential to follow the instructions of the emergency services. “Think of your direct neighbors as well. Help children, the elderly, and those with limited mobility. ” For affected citizens, the city is setting up a care center at Wupper Elementary School in Der Breit 33. Police and fire brigade emergency numbers should be kept free for emergency calls. If you leave your apartment, remember to turn off the heating and cooking appliances.
Even in the early hours of the morning, it seemed that Rodeverwold would escape the catastrophe that struck Hagen. Initially there were only isolated tasks. Fear of WupperWerband led to endless rain at Wupper Dam, which, however, was already drained from Wupper as a precautionary measure, according to union spokeswoman Suzanne Fischer.
In the rainy season, Wooperverband announced that if the rainfall did not decrease, both the Beaver and Wooper dams would reach full dam. “If the water level below the dam continues to rise, local flooding could occur. Then the cellars may be affected, ”the association said in a statement. In this case one should not enter the basement rooms.
As residents of the Wuportte report, water rose through the sewer system late in the evening. Residents were initially asked to move their cars and other vehicles to higher ground. After 11 p.m., Wooper’s shores began to clear completely.