Day After Floods

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This was a huge bridge few days ago. Karanovac village, Banja Luka

brcko centar

Brcko

gorska sluzba spasavanja hrvatska pomaze bosni

Mountain Rescue Service from Croatia helps people of Bosnia

svrake_vogosca_klizanje_tla flooding

Svrake village, Vogosca near Sarajevo

zavidovici

Zavidovici

husagici village banovici

Husagici village, Banovici

selo husagici banovici

The same village

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Djokovic and Zimonjic

old man

I do not regret my son for the land, nor home…I’m sorry, son, because I have no more time to building something new and where I’m gonna spend the rest of my life…”

the rest of the cerska village Vlasenica

The rest of theΒ  Cerska village near Vlasenica, north-east Bosnia

Β help from wien

Help from Vienna, Austria

kidd helping

Respect!!!

drownded areas

Flooded Areas in Bosnia, Croatia and Serbia

banja luka teslic road

Road Banja Luka – Teslic

kustal road konjevic polje

Road Drinjaca – Konjevic Polje, east Bosnia

austria convoy

Zagreb, Austrian firefighters convoy on the way to Bosnia

uk rescue team

30 members of the rescue team from the United Kingdom arrived in Sarajevo

bosnian students

Bosnian students

from kuwait

Support from Kuwait

bratunac east bosnia

Bratunac, east Bosnia

cow in floods

Saving cow

Prijedor, flooded

Prijedor

nemila zenica

Nemila village, Zenica

zeljezno polje

Zeljezno Polje, north of Zenica

skopje macedonia helps bosnia

Thanks to people of Skopje, Macedonia

navijaci sarajeva pomazu u poplavama

Fans of Football Club Sarajevo helping

people of stolac

People of Stolac, south Bosnia, collected 23 tons of aid

doboj after floods

Doboj after floods

help from macedonia

Help from Macedonia

cleaning road for zeljezno polje

Cleaning the road to Zeljeno Polje where is more than 5 000 people blocked

 

 

 

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34 thoughts on “Day After Floods

  1. Thanks for following Goaty’s News. Yes nice to see people of goodwill helping in what is clearly a tragic situation for so many. I would like to reblog this, and your two other posts concerning the floods, on Goaty’s News if you agree. Kind regards Goaty πŸ™‚

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  2. These pictures are heart-breaking, especially the old man who has lost everything. Last September here in Colorado, USA, we had what has been documented at the worst flood in 500 years with tremendous loss and devastation and heart-break after a summer of horrendous drought and fires. Now, this spring,as the winter snow begins to melt in the Rockies, we have flooding again. If only we could help everyone in need after all this sadness. I’m glad to know that you are safe.

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  4. It’s a been a pretty awful year for flooding in so many places. We had some problems where I live but nothing compared to this. I fell in love with Bosnia on a visit a few years ago and have seen some of these places in better times – it’s so saddening to see them like this and my heart goes out to all those who felt the wrath of nature.

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