Overall Green alert Flood for Turkey
in Türkiye

Event summary

Flood Turkey can have a low humanitarian impact based on the magnitude, exposed population and vulnerability.

GDACS ID FL 1101486
Death: 1
Displaced: 1037
Countries: Türkiye
From - To 26 Jun - 01 Jul


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Northern Turkey, Late June 2022Heavy rain from 26 June 2022 caused flooding in Black Sea Provinces of northern Turkey, including Kastamonu, Bartin, Zonguldak, Düzce and Sinop Provinces. Two pedestrian bridges were damaged in Inebolu, Kastamonu, where businesses were closed due to high levels of the Söke Stream which runs through the city and into the Black Sea. Around 25 homes were damaged in Gökçebey in Zonguldak, where around 50 people were evacuated. On 27 June AFAD reported 235 people rescued or evacuated and over 100 staying in relief shelters. Turkey's Interior Minister Suleyman Soylu said on 28 June that two people were reported missing in the floods. One person was swept away by floods in Ikizciler Village, Küre district of the Kastamonu Province. Another person went missing after floods in Kaynasli in in Düzce Province. On 28 June AFAD reported power cuts in a total of 107 villages, 7 in Bartin, 17 in Karabük, 59 in Kastamonu, 15 in Zonguldak and 9 in Sinop. Black Sea Provinces in Turkey saw severe flooding in August 2021 where over 70 people died and many remained missing.Wed 29 Jun 2022FloodList provided by Copernicus GLOFAS
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Latest media headlines

Articles: 15 | About casualties: 1 | Last hour: 0

Floods kill 3 in Turkey’s Black Sea region2022-06-27T08:08+0200.

By Gultekin Yetgin and Tugba Yardimci. GIRESUN, Turkey. At least three people lost their lives, including one gendarmerie officer, in floods triggered by heavy rain in Turkey’s Black Sea province, according to officials on Sunday. Interior
Greece's fire-ravaged Evia will take decades to heal2022-06-23T13:14+0200.

Nearly a year after Greece's second-largest island of Evia was devastated by some of the worst wildfires in the country's history, nature is making a slow comeback. Grass is growing on blackened mountainsides under the carcasses of burnt tr
Greece’s fire-ravaged Evia will take decades to heal2022-06-23T11:07+0200.

And while the woods and meadows that once produced some of Greece’s best honey will likely need two decades to recover, experts say the best method is to let nature do the heavy lifting itself. “There is rebirth, in some places better than
Greece’s fire-ravaged Evia will take decades to heal2022-06-23T10:42+0200.

Nearly a year after Greece’s second largest island, Evia, was devastated by some of the worst wildfires in the country’s history, nature is making a slow comeback. Grass grows on blackened mountain slopes under the carcasses of burnt trees

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For this events, GDACS has links to information from the following sources: EC-JRC (36), (2), NASA (7), WMO (1), INFORM (2),