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Katastrofalna poplava II ...

U Srbiji danima pada i kisa i otapa se sneg, reke su nadosle i donele veliku vodu.
U celoj Srbiji proglaseno je vanredno stanje zbog izlivanja vode iz reka i poplava, situacija na terenu je katastrofalna.
Vodostaj miruje, steta od poplave je neprocenjljiva i ima mnogo zrtava.
Ovo je najveca elementarna katastrofa u istoriji Srbije.
Velika Morava nastaje spajanjem Juzne Morave i Zapadne Morave blizu Stalaca. Od tog mesta do usca u Dunav severoistocno od Smedereva Velika Morava je duga 185 km. Sa svojom duzom pritokom, Zapadnom Moravom, ukupna duzina iznosi 493 km. Ibar izvire u Crnoj Gori i zajedno kao sistem Ibar-Zapadna Morava-Velika Morava predstavlja recni sistem duzine 550 km, i kao takav je najduzi vodeni put na Balkanskom poluostrvu.

Nastradalima u poplavi, sada je potrebna pomoc u hrani, vodi i lekovima.





A catastrophic flood II ...

In Serbia, for days and falling rains and melting snow, the rivers have risen and taken a huge water.
The whole of Serbia declared a state of emergency due to leakage of water from rivers and flood situation on the ground is wasted.
Water level is at rest, flood damage is neprocenjljiva and there are many casualties.
This is the greatest elementary catastrophes in the history of Serbia.
Velika Morava is created by merging the South Morava West Morava near Stalaca. From this point to the mouth of the Danube northeast of Smederevo, Velika Morava is 185 km long. With its longer tributary, the West Morava, total length is 493 km. Ibar originates in Montenegro together as the Iber-Western Morava-Velika Morava river system is the length of 550 km, and as such is the longest waterway in the Balkan Peninsula.

Perished in the flood, now need help with food, water and medicines.

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