Downpour and hail hit the Black sea again, dead fish cover the field

Downpour and hail hit the Black sea again, dead fish cover the fields
After the flood in Varna that killed 11 this summer and the recent storm in Primorsko, the Bulgarian Black sea shore was hit by yet another downpour and hail storm on Saturday afternoon, this time in Bourgas.
 
Pits were spewing water like geysers, and the flood reached up to the knees.
A tree also collapsed and to the horror of a dozen people – staff and customers of a restaurant, the tree fell right on them. Fortunate that no one was hit, commented firefighters arriving on the scene.
 
At the same time, hail hit the city center. Just one month after the unprecedented flood in Varna’s  “Asparuhovo” a scary downpour again flooded the streets of a Bulgarian seaside capital.
 
Due to the torrential rain that poured a few days ago on the southern part of Bulgaria’s Black sea shore,  private fish lake near the village Vesselie flooded and spread the surrounding fields with tons of fish. Consequently, thousands of carp,  and roach thrashed dry after the wave has passed, tell the locals. Some of the fish was taken by the flood to the sea- which is a death penalty for the animals living in freshwater.
 
The rumor of the ”free fish” spread within minutes and thousands of people were heading to the scene to collect them for dinner.

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