Search for landslide survivors continues days later in Norway

Rescue teams in Norway are still hoping to find survivors more than five days after a deadly landslide hit the village of Ask, 30 kilómetros (19 millas) north of the capital Oslo, according to the country’s police.

We are still in a rescue operation, which means that we can still find survivors,” Roger Pettersen, Police Operations Manager, told a press conference Monday.
Seven people died in the disaster, and three people are still reported as missing, Norwegian Police said.
The cold weather is working against rescue efforts, Andre Thiller, health operations manager, said during the conference. sin embargo, él dijo, survivors may still be alive hidden incavities in the landslide,” which is why authorities are makingabsolutely sure that all relevant cavities have been scanned before we end the effort.
    Rescue efforts are ongoing in the village of Ask.

    The landslide is the worst the country has seen in recent years, in terms ofthe number of houses involved and the number of evacuees,” the Norwegian Water Resources and Energy Directorate (NVE) dijo en un comunicado.
    It took place during the early hours of December 30, when mud hurtled into Ask, located in the Gjerdrum municipality. Footage from the scene showed a collapsed hillside and buildings hanging off the edge of the crater.
    At least seven people died in the disaster

    Other houses had collapsed into the crater, forcing police to evacuate hundreds of people who lived in the area.
    NVE said sliding clay caused anavalanche pit of approximately 300 por 700 metros (980 a 2300 pies).”
    It hurts to see how the forces of nature have ravaged Gjerdrum,” the country’s Prime Minsiter Erna Solberg said on social media. “My thoughts go to all those affected by the landslide,” él agregó.
    King Harald V of Norway and Queen Sonja of Norway visited the area after the disaster.

      The King and Queen of Norway visited the site of the landslide on Sunday.
      The terrible incident makes a deep impression on all of us,” King Harald V said during his annual New Year’s address. “I sympathize with you who are entering the new year with sorrow and uncertainty. With you who have lost your homes and who right now are desperate and do not see a way forward.




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