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Athens News Agency: News in English, 06-01-08

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From: The Athens News Agency at <http://www.ana.gr/>

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  • [01] Evros River water exceeds red alert level of 5.70 m.

  • [01] Evros River water exceeds red alert level of 5.70 m.

    The Evros River water surpassed the danger level of 5.70 metres on Sunday evening, reaching 5.80 metres, following the high volume of water entering from Bulgaria.

    The services of the Evros Prececture and of the Eastern Macedonia-Thrace Region and of the nearby municipalities are on red alert while since Sunday morning, the Coordinating Precectural Agency started operating on a round-the-clock basis for the full implementation of emergency measures.

    Over the past 24 hours, The Evros Prefecture Civil Protection Department has also intensified its measures and called on the inhabitants of the danger zone not to approach the river and distance from the area their animals and agricultural machinery.

    Nearly 400 acres of cultivated expanse was flooded in the region of Didymotiho. According to Evros Prefect Nikos Zompounidis, 11,000 acres were floded in the whole of Evros prefecture.


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