Flooding caused by heavy rains has killed at least 10 people in Bulgaria, Turkey and Greece.
in BulgariaImages from the Tsarevo area show fast-moving floodwaters deep enough to submerge cars.
Authorities there said two men and a woman had died, and the woman’s body was said to have been swept out to sea.
According to Bulgarian reports, one of the men who died was working in the home of a mother and daughter who are still missing.
The rivers overflowed and the authorities evacuated tourists from the camp site in Arabia, outside Tsarevo.
A bridge south of the town collapsed and three people who were on it at the time were reported missing.
Environment Minister Julian Popov said Bulgaria should expect more serious and frequent rains in the future due to climate change.
Streets flooded in Türkiye The largest city, Istanbul, they wash cars and trap people in a local library.
Two people died in the city, as floods turned streets in some western districts into rivers, and a metro station in Kayasehir was submerged.
Among the victims was a woman who was washed away by the flood waters.
Three other people died and three others are missing in Kirklareli district, not far from Turkey’s northwestern border with Bulgaria. Floods swept away several houses in the town of Ignida on the Black Sea coast.
Heavy rains and floods caused two deaths Greecethat was battered by storm Daniel.
The worst affected area is the central coastal region of Magnesia, which meteorologists said saw heavy rains in 24 hours as it usually does during the entire autumn.
The body of a man was recovered after a wall fell on him in Volos on Tuesday, and an 87-year-old woman was found dead in the same area on Wednesday.
Landslides blocked roads and many elderly residents in the area around Mount Pelion were trapped in their homes.