Flood Aftermath

Poland 2010, The aftermath of the biggest flood in 160 years in Poland The Vistula River, which flows for 1,050 km from the mountainous south to the Baltic Sea in the north, has been bursting its banks and submerging homes and roads. The water level rose to levels reached only three other times in the past 160 years. More then 30 000 people were evacuated and damage exceeded €2 billion.