Residents of the Belgian city of Dinant awoke on July 25 to survey damage caused by intense flash floods the day before. It’s the latest blow for a country still reeling from storms that killed dozens earlier this month.
Belgium’s national crisis center reported that “about thirty cars were dragged along by the water and several streets were closed.” The center added that the city’s train station was impacted and local fire brigades were receiving many calls for assistance. Local reports said that roads were “ripped up.”
This footage, taken on Sunday morning in Dinant, shows significant damage to central areas of the city, including torn up streets.
The flooding came less than two weeks after storms left at least 36 people dead in the country. Officials said no casualties had been reported in Dinant this weekend. Credit: Leslie Jans via Storyful