Situation Report – Severe Flooding in Serbia and Bosnia-Herzegovina, May 2014

Continuous rainfall beginning on 13 May 2014 in Serbia and Bosnia-Herzegovina has caused landslides and severe flooding. It is being called the worst flooding in 120 years. Thousands of people have been evacuated and are homeless. The military and search and rescue units from other parts of the EU have responded as well as the Red Cross. Roads connecting municipalities are blocked. Some areas are without electricity, mobile networks, or clean water, and some towns have been cut off. Evacuation of the people trapped by the floods is ongoing. The Humanity Road Disaster Desk was activated on 16 May 2014. Information regarding evacuation zones and urgent needs has been amplified on social media.

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