Streets turned into rivers, flooded entrances: Lviv was hit by a powerful downpour. Video
On September 3, Sunday, Lviv was hit by a downpour that resulted in a real natural flood. The city was covered with water to such an extent that cars had to jam on the roads, and the central shopping center was flooded and employees had to evacuate customers through the fire exit.
This was reported by eyewitnesses of the natural phenomenon. Residents of the city massively publish footage of the consequences of bad weather in local Telegram channels (to see the video, scroll to the end of the page).
A resident of an apartment building went into the entrance to film the water flooding the entrance and stairwell. The gutters can't handle the masses of water.
Lviv City Hall has connected all the services of the municipality to eliminate the consequences, but so far people are forced to cope independently with the invasion of water. Pedestrians have the hardest time.
As reported OBOZREVATEL, July 17 in Lviv there was a large-scale thunderstorm. Most of the city was flooded. At that moment, 8 residential houses, 229 households and 91 basements were flooded in the Carpathian region as a result of bad weather. In addition, transportation links to 6 settlements were damaged.