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Pictures || A landslide in front of an Italian hospital, swallowing cars

The Italian civil protection services announced that a landslide occurred in the parking lot of the Naples hospital, which led to the swallowing of the cars that were and everyone in the area.

Landslide in Italy and casualties

Vincenzo de Luca, one of the local officials, stated that this landslide occurred exactly at 7 am, and was caused by geological / water matters and that it had not “fortunately,” according to him, lost lives or vital equipment in the hospital.

The official continued his speech by saying:
A “geological investigation” of the site of the collapse must now be carried out to understand more precisely what the details of what happened, and to be careful of what may happen in the future.

the collapsed area reached an area of 2000 square meters, with a depth of about 20 meters as well.

It should be noted that the collapsed area reached an area of 2000 square meters, with a depth of about 20 meters as well.

As the authorities in Naples rushed to the scene of the accident in front of the hospital, which has been prepared since last spring to treat people with the Corona epidemic.
With the issuance of an emergency in the region, operating the electricity generating devices designated for catastrophic situations in order to ensure that the functions of the various health facilities and the provision of services to patients within the hospital are not disrupted.

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It is worth mentioning that the Italian Public Prosecutor has launched an investigation into the accident to determine its causes and circumstances, and to know all the information about it.

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