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Catalan beaches suffer the worst storm
Catalan beaches suffer the worst storm

Catalan beaches suffer the worst storm

Catalan beaches suffer the worst storm of this century due to the effects of the storm Gloria

Catalan beaches suffer the worst storm
A flooded promenade next to the Patacona beach is pictured during a storm “Gloria” in Alboraya, next to Valencia, Spain, January 20, 2020. REUTERS/Stringer NO RESALES. NO ARCHIVES

The storm, which is already on its third day, has killed four people, while two others are missing.

The ports of Barcelona and Menorah are still closed and on some 200 roads you cannot drive.

The coastal areas of the Balearic Islands, the Valencia Community and Catalonia continue on orange alert, and the red alert is maintained for snowfall in the area of ​​Godard

Civil Protection has recommended extreme precautions especially in all these areas, the most affected by the strong weather.

Winds of 144 kilometers per hour, rain accumulations of 200 liters per square meter, waves of 14 meters and temperatures of 11 degrees below zero are the meteorological phenomena that

This Tuesday shakes for the third consecutive day especially to the Mediterranean coast, although it extends its effects to other communities.

Since Sunday, the storm has caused numerous problems: suspended classes, interruptions in electricity supply, roads cut off to traffic, wind and flood alerts, transport delays, closed parks … In the personal injury section, Gloria has caused four deaths, two in Valencia (Moisten and Gandhian), Avila (Pedro Bernardo) and Asturias. Two other missing persons could be added to them.

About 200 roads of the Peninsula and the Balearic Islands are still unused by the accumulation of snow. The Port of Barcelona is paralyzed, also those of Menorah, and the Picante-Lecher airport, the fifth in Spain by volume of travelers, returns to normal after 40 hours without operations. Waiting for the next few hours to begin to remit, Gloria will remain the worst maritime storm registered in the western Mediterranean.

THERMAL SENSATION OF -2 1 º IN CASCARA (MADRID)
The effects of the storm are not limited to the Valentine coast. In the center of the Peninsula, chains are needed to circulate in the ports of Benacerraf and Coots, in the Community of Madrid. The Twitter account of Emergencies 112 has indicated that in Cascara the fog and the blizzard have lowered the thermal sensation to 21 degrees below zero.
THE WORST OF THE CENTURY IN THE CATALAN BEACHES
The head of the Beach Service of the Metropolitan Area of Barcelona (IAMB), Dina Salacious, said in an interview at the Bette municipal radio station that this sea storm due to the storm Gloria “is the worst since 2003 and, probably, of this century”.

Salacious has confirmed that the beaches of the metropolitan area have lost their width of sand because the waves reach the promenades and has predicted that the damages “will be high”, although they cannot be evaluated yet. The swell has ripped out the wooden walkways, showers, signage and furniture, and damaged the beach bars.
The beach of Tessa DE Mar (Giro) has disappeared and the waves have entered the streets of the city. In the Ebro Delta, the Troubadour beach, which connects the delta with the tip of the Banyan, has disappeared. The virulence of the waves has also caused the sinking of some boats moored in marinas.

FIVE RESCUED IN HELICOPTER
Emergency personnel and firefighters have rescued this Tuesday in Doctrinaire (Valencia) five people who were incommunicado and without food as a result of the storm. In that locality the snow that accompanies the storm has caused obstructions in several points. The technicians continue to work to restore normalcy, both in the urban center and on the access roads.

DAMAGES MORE QUANTITY THAN DANA
The Valencias Community has verified that the damages produced by the temporary ‘Gloria’ on the beaches “are considerable” and even exceed those produced by DANA last September. The repair of the damage will begin when the sea and the currents return to their usual state. Both the Generality and the sub delegation of the Government and the municipalities have expressed their desire to minimize the impact of the damage in the tourism sector.

MORE THAN 220,000 UNCLASPED STUDENTS
Some 250,000 students from seven autonomous communities have not been able to attend class on Tuesday due to the effects of the ‘Gloria’ storm. Catalonia and Valencia are being the most affected communities, although school activity has also suffered in Murcia, Aragon, Castillo-La Manchu, Castilian y Len and in the Andalusian province of Granada.

Catalonia has been the most affected community. There the closing of the classrooms has affected more than 120,000 students; of them, 72,000 residents of the Mares me region. The Valencia Community has also had to suspend the teaching activity in many centers. In total, about 70,000 students have not been able to attend class. In Murcia, the number of affected schoolchildren rises to 10,872.

MINOR SEA: FLOODS
The Mar Senor region has again suffered the third flood in the early hours of this Tuesday in the last four months, this time by the stormy Gloria, which has forced to cut dozens of streets and roads and suspend classes in the municipalities of San Pedro Del Pinata, Los Calcareous and San Javier.

The General Directorate of Public Safety and Emergencies has activated the Civil Protection Plan against Flood Risk in the Region of Murcia (Plan Murmuring) at level 1 of its emergency phase, since there have been floods that affect more than a municipal term and are needed to meet the means of intervention of the Autonomous Community.

The more than 40 liters per square meter fallen in four hours this morning have caused cuts in streets and access roads to the municipalities of San Javier and San Pedro Del Pinata. This last town can only be entered by exit 774 of the AP-7 motorway when a dozen streets are closed.

The University of Murcia has suspended all activity on the Campus of Sports Sciences in San Javier today due to the consequences of the storm. This decision also includes the suspension of exams and any other academic activity that was planned.

Likewise, the Superior Court of Justice of the Region of Murcia (THERM) has ordered the cessation of judicial activity during this day in the courts of San Javier.

VALENCIA COMMUNITY: THE CLASSES SUSPENDED
In the Valencia Community, 55 municipalities have already decided to suspend their classes on Tuesday before the effects of the storm, which has affected at least 70,700 students, according to the latest official count of the Department of Education.

However, the Ministry warns that it is possible that there are more municipalities where the closure of educational centers is decided later, given the intensity of the storm and especially the abundant rain that falls continuously since yesterday and with special virulence, from south to north from Valencia, throughout this morning.

By provinces, that of Valencia has 28 municipalities with suspension of classes (with a number of students still affected by quantification), that of Picante 15 locations and 23,300 students affected, and that of Castellated, 12 municipalities and 3,100 students.

The president of the Generality, Xi mo Pug, said Tuesday that the Valencia Government will work to “respond” to the damage of the storm in the Valencia Community, which moves north, devastates the coast and overflows the Cara.

In addition, President Pug has said he expects the collaboration of the central government so that when the episode ends it can return to normal.
GRANADA: CLOSED SCHOOLS
A total of 12 Primary and Secondary schools remain closed on Tuesday in the north of the province of Granada because of the snow-shaped rainfall that during the early hours and early hours of this Tuesday have fallen in the area.

As confirmed by sources of the Delegation of Education of the Board in Granada, the schools closed due to adverse weather conditions are those located in the towns of Gore, Forage, Tithing, Santeria, Alder, Aquifer, La Calculator, Ferrari , Ch arches, Dollar, Humane and Venezuelans.

CATALONIA: OVER 100,000 STUDENTS WITHOUT CLASS
The storm has left more than 100,000 students in Catalonia on Tuesday because of snow and wind alerts and some school transportation routes that have affected some 2,300 students have also been suspended.

In the region of Eli Mares me (Barcelona) they have closed all educational centers, which has affected a total of 72,701 students, while in the demarcation of Giro a total of 22,005 students from 27 municipalities have not gone to class, as reported the Department of Education of the Generality in a statement.

The more than 40 liters per square meter fallen in four hours this morning have caused cuts in streets and access roads to the municipalities of San Javier and San Pedro Del Pinata. This last town can only be entered by exit 774 of the AP-7 motorway when a dozen streets are closed.

The University of Murcia has suspended all activity on the Campus of Sports Sciences in San Javier today due to the consequences of the storm. This decision also includes the suspension of exams and any other academic activity that was planned.

Likewise, the Superior Court of Justice of the Region of Murcia (THERMOS) has ordered the cessation of judicial activity during this day in the courts of San Javier.

VALENCIA COMMUNITY: THE CLASSES SUSPENDED
In the Valencia Community, 55 municipalities have already decided to suspend their classes on Tuesday before the effects of the storm, which has affected at least 70,700 students, according to the latest official count of the Department of Education.

However, the Ministry warns that it is possible that there are more municipalities where the closure of educational centers is decided later, given the intensity of the storm and especially the abundant rain that falls continuously since yesterday and with special virulence, from south to north from Valencia, throughout this morning.

By provinces, that of Valencia has 28 municipalities with suspension of classes (with a number of students still affected by quantification), that of Picante 15 locations and 23,300 students affected, and that of Castellated, 12 municipalities and 3,100 students.

The president of the Generality, Xi mo Pug, said Tuesday that the Valencias Government will work to “respond” to the damage of the storm in the Valencias Community, which moves north, devastates the coast and overflows the Cara.

In addition, President Pug has said he expects the collaboration of the central government so that when the episode ends it can return to normal.
GRANADA: CLOSED SCHOOLS
A total of 12 Primary and Secondary schools remain closed on Tuesday in the north of the province of Granada because of the snow-shaped rainfall that during the early hours and early hours of this Tuesday have fallen in the area.

As confirmed by sources of the Delegation of Education of the Board in Granada, the schools closed due to adverse weather conditions are those located in the towns of Gore, Forage, Tithing, Lantern, Alder, Aquifer, La Calculator, Ferrari , Churches, Dollar, Humane and Venezuelans.

CATALONIA: OVER 100,000 STUDENTS WITHOUT CLASS
The storm has left more than 100,000 students in Catalonia on Tuesday because of snow and wind alerts and some school transportation routes that have affected some 2,300 students have also been suspended.

In the region of E Marksmen (Barcelona) they have closed all educational centers, which has affected a total of 72,701 students, while in the demarcation of Giro a total of 22,005 students from 27 municipalities have not gone to class, as reported the Department of Education of the Generality in a statement.

In the Giro regions, the Pug squeezers DE Cholera school and the institutes of Llano, Escalate and la Conquerable, in Alt Emporium (Giro) have also closed; the institutes of Sari

DE Tet and Sobriquets DE Giro, of Giros (Giro); and the Calderas DE Melanesia institute, in Silva (Giro).

In addition, the services of the AVE, Long Distance and the 1, ORG, R and R11 Rosalie lines of Rene have registered delays in Catalonia in the morning.

Some 220,000 subscribers have recovered the light in their homes on Tuesday in the demarcation of Giro due to the effects of the storm after they started the day of

Around 9:00 approximately the system has been standardized, although maintenance work on the high-voltage network affected by the storm is maintained.

The cut has been caused by a high voltage breakdown in the electricity grid, explained Civil Protection of the Generality in a Twitter publication collected by Europa Press.

Andes and Civil Protection work to recover the service.

In the AP-7 at the height of Tarragon, at kilometer 243, three firefighters of the Generality work after colliding a refrigerated truck and a tank truck.

The tanker truck carries diesel and firefighters are working “to control the leak,” as reported in a Twitter publication collected by Europa Press,

Civil Protection of the Generality has explained that because of the accident there is a lane cut in the north direction, while the AP-7 is also cut in Figures (Giro)

Catalan beaches suffer the worst storm
Catalan beaches suffer the worst storm

to the border with France due to complications derived from the Gloria storm.

The AP-7 motorway has been reopened on Tuesday after 12 noon between Figures and La Conquerable (Giro) after being cut north for about five hours.

The Sergei Catalpa DE Transit (CT) has reported that there is a restricted lane to remove material at the point of the accident with three trucks involved, at the height

of the detour that had been established in Figure towards the N-II during the cut.

In addition, the motorway in the area of ​​the border with France has been reopened in all directions.

In addition to E Retro, also the parks of Entente Del Berry, Quint Torres Arias, E Capricorn, the Satin gardens, the Rosales, Juan Carlos I and Juan Pablo II will

Winds are expected to reach maximum gusts of 64 kilometers per hour from 9:00 to 12:00 hours.

From 18:00 hours the orange alert will be activated, at which time the technicians will proceed to inspect the trees.

During the day yesterday, firefighters had to intervene in strong gusts of wind, but the damage was mainly in trees and buildings.

The Government of Castillo-La Manchu has suspended classes Tuesday in 16 centers of Infantile, Primary and Secondary Education and 8 Rural Associations (CAR) of the provinces of Albacore and Cicada

Real because of the effects of the storm ‘Gloria’ , affecting 2,782 students in the region.

As reported by regional government sources to Europa Press, they have also had to close 80 school transport routes in the Autonomous Community, affecting 1,236 students.

In addition, a regular bus, in which ten passengers, a truck and five cars have been trapped Tuesday by snow in various parts of the province of Albacore.

CASTILLO Y LEAN: 1,457 STUDENTS WITHOUT GOING TO CLASS

The Ministry of Education has informed that the temporary Gloria has prevented Tuesday class attendance of 1,457 students from Castilian y Len.

Specifically, 222 students from the province of Avila, 330 from Valencia, 122 in Casablanca, 718 from Segovia and 65 students from Syria.

The Government of Aragon has raised the emergency phase of the Territorial Civil Protection Plan to level 2 in the province of Terkel and part of Aragon and has decided

at the meeting of the Operational Coordination Center (CE COP) to activate the Military Emergency Unit.

The work focuses on cleaning the roads that allow access to technicians who have to repair the power lines, especially in the Mahabharata area, where 8,000 people were left without

Both on Aragon and Terkel roads, hundreds of trucks have been bagged since Monday to avoid being blocked, on the A-23 and A-2 highways, where traffic to heavy vehicles remains

restricted while light ones have Than transit with chains.

Traffic is still restricted to heavy vehicles on the A-23 in Carina (Aragon), a measure that has been maintained all night and that has been extended this morning to other

Aragon towns such as Mel and Calamari (Terkel), in the sense of the Aragon capital, where there are three hundred trucks bagged, as indicated by the Government Delegation.

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