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Appeal for help: A community left homeless in Germany

Appeal for help: A community left homeless in Germany

The town of Bad Münstereifel in Germany has been left devastated by what has been described as the worst flood in the area in 700 years, leaving many homeless and desperate for help. While the government has promised aid, there are currently residents who have been left without simple necessities such as food and water.   Image source: Getty Images Vice President of Fine & Country DACH, Agnes Heming, said that she had spoken to marshals on the ground, who have advised that in some places, six days after the disaster occurred, there is no water supply and no electricity. “People are hungry and thirsty and in need of everything, especially drinking water and simple foods like fruit and biscuits, as nothing can be prepared because of the lack of electricity and the necessary tools. Some have been wandering through the devastation dressed only in pyjamas, having left their homes in the middle of the night to save their lives,” she adds. Communities have come...

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Appeal for help: A community left homeless in Germany

Appeal for help: A community left homeless in Germany

The town of Bad Münstereifel in Germany has been left devastated by what has been described as the worst flood in the area in 700 years, leaving many homeless and desperate for help. While the government has promised aid, there are currently residents who have been left without simple necessities such as food and water.   Image source: Getty Images Vice President of Fine & Country DACH, Agnes Heming, said that she had spoken to marshals on the ground, who have advised that in some places, six days after the disaster occurred, there is no water supply and no electricity. “People are hungry and thirsty and in need of everything, especially drinking water and simple foods like fruit and biscuits, as nothing can be prepared because of the lack of electricity and the necessary tools. Some have been wandering through the devastation dressed only in pyjamas, having left their homes in the middle of the night to save their lives,” she adds. Communities have come...

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