Flood situation in lower saxony remains tense

Flood situation in lower saxony remains tense

"In the early morning, we additionally alerted new forces to pump out cellars," said a spokesman for the fire department. 5000 bags had been filled with sand as a precautionary measure. Areas around the rivers wabe and mittelriede were at times only accessible by boat due to flooding. A spokesman for the fire department said that the situation there had eased considerably.

In hildesheim, the area along the innermost river was affected. "Our crews have to secure some yards with sandbags and pump out basements," said a fire department spokesman there. In gottingen, on the other hand, the police spoke of a "tendency toward improvement. Some roads in the northeim district remained closed during the night. According to the state water management agency (NLWKN), a fundamental improvement is in sight by wednesday at the earliest.

After the cold, dingy weather of the past few days, the meteorologists promised a brief ray of hope for tuesday. In the next few days, however, it will remain unstable: after the recovery phase, showers and thunderstorms will return, according to the german weather service in offenbach.


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