Organisation: European Commission, Joint Research Centre

Title: Flash floods and landslides in Bulgaria (2014-06-20)

Description

Activation time (UTC): 2014-06-20 17:10:00 Event time (UTC): 2014-06-19 22:00:00 Event type: Other

Activation reason:
Starting from June 19th, 2014 heavy and long lasting rains affected Central and North-east Bulgaria casing flash floods and landslides. The most badly affected is the urban area in Asparuhovo, South Varna. Damaged roads and streets, buildings, car crushed were reported, as well as flooded streets and low level of buildings. There are widespread damaged infastructures, power and water supply is off in many areas.

Reference maps produced: 6 Delineation maps produced: 6 Grading maps produced: 0

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How to cite
European Commission, Joint Research Centre (2014):  Flash floods and landslides in Bulgaria (2014-06-20). European Commission, Joint Research Centre (JRC) [Dataset] PID: http://data.europa.eu/89h/dd61849a-8d3f-4e9f-b7f3-a2f8e538042b
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Issue date 2014-06-20
Landing page http://emergency.copernicus.eu/EMSR092
Language English
Data theme(s) Regions and cities; Science and technology
EuroVoc domain(s) 72 GEOGRAPHY
Identifier http://data.europa.eu/89h/dd61849a-8d3f-4e9f-b7f3-a2f8e538042b
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43.6113919793° N, 27.9846539587° E, 42.967043234° S, 25.5748532929° W

Coordinate Reference System ETRS89 / LAEA Europe

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