July 24, 2021

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Floods in Germany: Schultz, a city with dozens missing after being completely washed away by heavy rains affecting Europe

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Schultz is one of the cities most affected by the floods.

Extreme levels of flood danger were announced in Germany and Belgium this afternoon, with at least 120 people dead and at least 1,000 missing.

Small roads, large roads and a few streams have become very strong streams that have washed away trees, houses and cars in the area.

One of the most affected is Schultz, a small town Almost completely destroyed.

Schultz, located about 50 km northwest of the Ahrwheiler and 50 km from the Belgian border, had a population of about 700, many of whom could not be.