Many signals have been received throughout the country. The storm caused the most serious damage in the regions of Smolyan, Targovishte, Razgrad, Silistra and Shumen. There are reports of injured and dead people.
Two victims were killed by the storm on the territory of the district – a 51-year-old man from the village of Razvigorovo and a 67-year-old man from Veliki Preslav. A woman was admitted to the Shumen hospital for examination after being injured by a fallen tree in the Shumen City Garden.
Employees of the Public Transport Authority – Varna have regulated the traffic in the area of the railway. crossing near the village of Madara, after a technical problem occurred. Numerous reports of fallen trees and branches were received in the area of the village of Dibich, between Makak and Mutnitsa districts, as well as between the villages of Srednya and Novosel. Police officers who traveled to guard polling stations assisted in clearing fallen trees on the road before the village of Iliya Bluskovo.
In the villages of Dolets, Prohlada, Kolobar and Sekulovo, more than 100 roofs were damaged, there were reports of fallen poles and trees. On the territory of the district there are settlements without electricity.
The strong wind caused damage to the roofs of houses in the village of Lavino. Reports of broken power poles and fallen trees were received. The village lacks electricity. There are reports of a slightly injured elderly man who was examined by a medical person.
On the territory of the village of Todorovo, there were reports of fallen trees.
There are dozens of fallen trees and branches in the villages of Razdeltsi, Dobrotitsa and Cherna voda. More than 20 alerts related to the strong wind have been issued.
The operational center of the fire service received nearly 40 reports of fallen trees and interrupted electricity supply in the populated areas of the district. There are no reports of injured people.
There is no electricity supply in 16 settlements. There were also reports of fallen trees and branches. As of 6:30 p.m., there is no information about injured or dead people.