Իսպանիայում և Պորտուգալիայում անտառային հրդեհների զոհերի թիվը հասել է 45-ի (լուսանկարներ)

Պորտուգալիայի կենտրոնական և հյուսիսային հատվածներում և իսպանական Գալիսիա ինքնավար համայնքի հյուսիս-արևմուտքում մոլեգնող հրդեհների հետևանքով առնվազն 45 մարդ է զոհվել, հայտնում է NDTV-ն: Բացի այդ, 71 մարդ է տուժել Պորտուգալիայում, որտեղ հրդեհները մոլեգնում են անցած շաբաթվա վերջից: Վիրավորներից 16-ի վիճակը ծանր է: Հայտնի է դարձել նաև, որ ավելի վաղ կորած համարվող յոթ մարդուց վեցին հաջողվել է փրկել: Պորտուգալիայում անտառային հրդեհների մակերեսը չորս օրվա ընթացքում կազմել է 240 հազար հեկտար: Երկրում հրդեհի զոհերի հիշատակին եռօրյա սուգ է հայտարարվել: Գալիսիայում հրդեհների զոհ է դարձել չորս մարդ: Ինչպես հայտնում է Euronews հեռուստաալիքը, երեքշաբթի տեղացած անձրևներն օգնել են վերջապես հսկողության տակ առնել հրդեհները: Օլիվեյրա դու Օշպիտալ քաղաքի քաղաքապետ Խոսե Կառլոս Ալեքսանդրինոն հայտնել է, որ զոհերի մեծ մասը մահացել են իրենց ավտոմեքենաներում, որոշ զոհերի գտել են նաև իրենց տներում:       Fire and smoke were seen over Vieira de Leiria, Portugal, on Monday as a series of deadly wildfires broke out across Spain and Portugal as the approach of Hurricane Ophelia whipped up strong winds that fanned the flames  Cars burned by the forest fire are seen at a roadside on October 17, 2017 in Oliveira do Hospital, Portugal Smoldering hillside and a burned house are seen in the town outskirts on October 17, 2017 in Alvoco das Varzeas, Portugal Judicial police works at a house in the village of Vila Nova, near Vouzela in the Viseu region of Portugal. The windows can be seen blown out and the roof completely destroyed A burnt electric post hangs from the cables in the village of Vila Nova after the wildfire charred the base of it so badly it completely disintegrated  VISEU, PORTUGAL - OCTOBER 17:  A field stands green surrounded by ash near Vouzela on October 17, 2017 in Viseu region, Portugal. At least 41 people have died in fires in Portugal and 4 others in Spain as Ophelia winds were hitting the North West of the Iberian Peninsule.  (Photo by Pablo Blazquez Dominguez/Getty Images) Antonio Lopez walks next to his cattle stable where his four cows died during a wildfire in the village of Vila Nova, near Vouzela on October 17, 2017 in Viseu region, Portugal Surfaces of mountains near Vouzela in the Viseu region in Portugal are left barren after the fire raged, killing trees and shrubbery A road crosses a landscape of burnt trees, blackened shrubbery and fire-ravaged earth near Vouzela on October 17, 2017 Smoke and flames from a forest fire are seen near Lousa, Portugal, an area survivors described as 'hell' and 'the end of the earth' At least 41 people, including a one-month-old baby, have died in Portugal and four others were killed in Spain in blazes sparked by arsonists and fanned by Hurricane Ophelia throughout the weekend. Pictured above, Lousa, Portugal, during the blaze The fires, which have ravaged Spain and northern and central Portugal hit just four months after 64 people were killed in the deadliest fire in the country's history in June Firefighters battle a forest wildfire next to Vilarinho village, near Lousa on Monday in Coimbra region, Portugal. The fires were fanned by winds from Hurricane Ophelia that were hitting the North West of the Iberian Peninsula The 524 registered outbreaks of fire in Portugal, by far the most since 2006, were caused by 'higher than average temperatures for the season and the cumulative effect of drought', Portugal's civil protection agency spokeswoman Patricia Gaspar said. Pictured above, firefighters work on a forest wildfire next to Vilarinho village, near Lousa Portuguese Prime Minister Antonio Costa reafirmed his pledges to prevent new tragedies by carrying out 'fundamental reforms' in forest management and firefighting In Portugal, as in the northwestern Spanish region of Galicia, temperatures were cooler on Monday and weather services forecast rain for Tuesday As of Monday evening, about 3,600 firefighters were still battling some 30 major fires in central and northern Portugal after putting out hundreds of blazes across the region Fires run along a mountainside near Braga, Portugal, very close to a neighborhood of homes. Wild fires broke out in Santa Marta, Sameiro, Taipas and Braga Braga Fires, Portugal throughout the weekend and into Monday People push a van that got stuck bringing water for volunteers to fight a wild fire raging near houses in the outskirts of Obidos, Portugal, in the early hours of Monday In Vouzela, in the northern district of Viseu, residents used water hoses to try to fight the flames as several homes were consumed. Pictured above, a woman pours water over a burnt area in Vila Nova near Vouzela as wildfires continue to rage in Portugal A burnt house stands next to others that were spared by a wildfire near Penacova, northern Portugal, on Monday. It is the second such tragedy to hit the region in just four months Inocencia Rodrigues, 64, walks among the debris of the burnt shed where she raised chickens and pigs in the village of Sao Joaninho near Santa Comba Dao, northern Portugal, on Monday People look at a forest fire in O Carballino, Orense, Galicia, Spain. In Spain, Galician authorities, who have declared three days of regional mourning, said there were still 15 active fires representing a risk to the population and homes  
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