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a flooded open pit, pulled out pipes, destroyed shopping streets, production and deposits: the companies in the region hit the flood disaster hard. Noticeable consequences for people in crisis areas, for example, had the significant damage to energy companies EON and RWE.
By damaged electricity and gas networks, up to 200,000 customers in the area of the EON subsidiary West Netary were without electricity. The RWE-Tebau Inden was flooded, the degradation of lignite is interrupted. The attached Wisweiler power plant is currently running with reduced performance. In addition, numerous hydropower plants of the company were in the meantime out of operation, there has been slowly driving up the company since Monday. RWE expects a million damage.
Lautern with jersey action for flood victims
The 1st FC Kaiserslautern has announced financial help after the flood disaster in Rhineland-Palatinate and North Rhine-Westphalia. © Provided by sport1.de Lautern with jersey action for flood victims third division 1. FC Kaiserslautern has announced financial aids after the flood catastrophe in Rhineland-Palatinate and North Rhine-Westphalia. At the test match against the U23 of the VFB Stuttgart, 300 jerseys are to be sold in favor of the victims on Saturday.
Extent of the damage Not foreseeable
Even with the telecommunications companies in the region are the damage: the flood tore lines from the ground, flooded distribution boxes. Deutsche Telekom reports, for example, of destroyed fixed network infrastructure, which must be built sometimes from scratch. The entire extent of the damage has not been foreseeable yet, such a spokeswoman.
This is in many industries so. For an overview, the situation is still too chaotic in many places. Neither the Cologne Handwerkskammer nor the trade association or the hotel and restaurants association Dehoga were able to make an estimate on Tuesday how much their farms were made in total.
"The problem we have is the overview," said Jörg Hamel, head of the trade association in the region, and, among other things, responsible for Cologne, Aachen, Düren and the Rhine-Erft-Kreis. "Nobody knows where something broke everywhere. Everything is very confused. But I've been talking to dealers with dealers who said: We are coming out of the association, because we will never open a business again. "catastrophe meets all
in some areas the shops of many traders have been completely destroyed. But also those who have flowed "merely" the cellars are economical: "Of course, they do not sell anything anymore. The catastrophe meets all those who are still there. "And that, after the corona crisis already has already driven many dealers at the level of existence anyway.
Central Be Now But first to save life and ensure the local supply in the strongly affected areas, so Hamel. Crisis management is currently still "a matter of confused and unnotected".
thw employees in flood areas revitalized and insults .
as if the flood disaster is not bad enough, now also: helpers who give everything to support the affected ones are attacked! © Christof Stache / Getty Images Destruction After Flood Disaster THW Employees will be threatened Such news also had Thw-Vice-President Sabine Lackner not yet to practice the press when she talks about her staff: "If you are traveling with emergency vehicles They confused with garbage. That's time so far that our helpers are insulted.