(ANSA) – UDINE, 02 JUL – The damage caused by the water bomb that fell last Friday amounted to between 8 and 10 million, when 220 mm of rain fell in just under two hours in the valleys of the Friulian mountain. This was announced by the deputy governor of the Fvg with responsibility for Civil Protection Riccardo Riccardi at the end of an inspection by helicopter in the most affected areas of the mountain territory by the storm. The mayors of the affected area were also present at the inspection.
“It is impressive to see how the water bomb has already been swallowed by the drought, especially in Val Tagliamento”, commented Riccardi. Which provided for the launch of two programs: “The first is urgent and the second established in concert with other regional structures, starting with the Forestry Service”. For the deputy governor “the Vaia works were decisive, without which today we would have a very different balance sheet. Now we will intervene to secure some slopes and restore the road network, in particular to make the valley safely accessible during the week. They will be necessary – concluded – interventions for water intakes and safety measures in the locality of Cridola and Nuoitas on the Tagliamento river in the municipality of Forni di Sopra “. (HANDLE).