According to reports, about 70 people are confirmed dead while 47 people are considered missing in the aftermath of the floods that struck regions in the Black Sea last week.
Through the weekend, rescuers have been recovering more people from the leftover debris from the decreasing water; so far, more dead people are being discovered in locations that were intensely impacted by the disaster.
Emergencies services reveal that a little more than forty villages are found to have suffered power outages and no water supply as rescue and emergency groups provide transmitters and phones that could be used to communicate with the villages in the meantime.
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Turkey is being seized by advents of environmental situations lately as the flood problem within its northern regions presents itself just when Turkey is about possessing control over the numerous wildfires that razed its forests in the southern side and caused the death of 8 people.
Experts claim that wildfires and floods are depictions of natural disasters that were starting to get consistent and insistent in Turkey due to global warming that has been stirred by residues of pollution.
Reports from the Disaster and Emergency Management Directorate states that about 60 people were found dead due to the floods around Kastamonu, while nine people were killed in Sinop, and then one was dead in Bartin.
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Eight thousand rescuers have been sent to rescue and give assistance to afflicted provinces.
Rescuers have been able to ensure that more than two thousand people can evacuate from these areas with the aid of boats and helicopters.
There is a warning of floods hitting again from weather reports.