There is a storm going in the Black Sea. It created terrifying tsunami waves that overflowed in Giresun.
The giant storm waves engulfed the city, creating flash floods and destroying buildings and vehicules. Incredible surge!
A storm caused the Black Sea to overflow in Giresun on Wednesday, damaging cars and the road. The storm started in the morning and hit the Black Sea province of Giresun, triggering flash floods in many parts of the province that damaged cars on the Black Sea Highway and a number of buildings close to the coast.
Giresun faces such a storm at least once every five years. The same situation occurred in 1999 and 2009. Again, the sea overflowed the road, and cars were dragged by waves like toy cars. The Black Sea Highway is dangerous. These giant waves are terrifying!
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Storms create STORM SURGE. NOT tsunami.