Flash flood swallows trucks in northeast Turkey
Turkey’s northeastern provinces were hit by heavy rains this weekend, causing flash floods that submerged a number of vehicles.
At least two trucks fell into a creek on June 22 amid torrential rain in the Yolaç village of the northeastern province of Trabzon, Demirören News Agency reported.
Another truck, a concrete mixer, was reportedly saved by passersby.
The construction site of a planned hydropower plant near Yolaç was also submerged in downpours, according to the reports.