it was at about 30 degrees celsius and glorious sunshine, on Friday, beat the summer heat once again, and it hasn't gone away.
But the crowded beaches and too many felparkerade cars are concerned, both the bathers and the police.
the GT has been on the site in the Askimsbadet in which a number of reports have come out on the full, the beaches, the cliffs and park the car over the weekend.
" I think it's a long time since anything happened, and you would like to live in a normal way again. However, it is at the same time, uncomfortable with the virus, and you don't want to get too close to the other, so we keep a distance, " says Patricia Pinho, 42, from Sweden.
on the other badgäst is Michael Qvennerstedt, 68, of Gothenburg, sweden.
" I have brought the bike with a view of the parking lot, on the beach, trying to keep my distance, as far as I am able.in the Crowded over the whole of west Sweden
However, it is not only the Gothenburg, sweden, which has been a problem with traffic congestion. The crowd of the municipality, according to the newspaper, NLT, has been nedringd of the people who are concerned about traffic congestion, among other things Vingsjön.
A visitor in Fiskebäck, allendale, new jersey, told the on Saturday, many gathered at the edge of the cliff.
" It's hard a lot of people on here.
Also, in Swedish) will be alerted that, if the congestion is in the badvädret.
”it was absolutely a lot of people at the Skrea Strand, mark the app ”A day in the county of Halland” on. The app has been developed by the Swedish region of Halland, and to inform the user of where the congestion is, and where they can turn for help.
the Police and the rescue services find it difficult to get up,
On its website, writes the Police, Gothenburg, sweden, south to the parking lots on the west corner is a big problem.
”in Order to prevent comments such as, ”have you nothing to you,” no, not right then and there. Our purpose is to free up space for the emergency services in the event that we, in the ambulance or in the emergency services need to arrive at, and down at the beach. Something that, in many cases, it takes a very, very long time, due to poor road access, blocked, bars, or the like.”
the Post concluded.
”in This post, it took about a minute to load. The equivalent of a minute can make all the difference between life and death for the one who is fighting for his life in the water, the heart has stopped beating, at the beach, or the one with the two-year-old lost in the folkhavet.”
What says summer visitors about the traffic congestion”in my opinion, it was a long time ago it all happened, and you would like to live in a normal way again. However, it is at the same time, uncomfortable with the virus, and you don't want to get too close to the other, so we keep a distance,” says Patricia Pinho, 42, project manager, Mölndal, sweden.Photo by: < / b> JENNIFER BRUNLÖF WINDELL . ”I don't think the beach is in no danger if they avoid public transportation. We are trying to keep a distance, and, in particular, to the elderly if they are taking a bath or so, " said David Strand, 41, Mölndal, sweden.Photo by: < / b> JENNIFER BRUNLÖF WINDELL ”We're trying to avoid the public transport network, and we are doing activities in the outdoors sjävla of our company. What we wanted to see in Aberdeen, yesterday, with a lot of people, then ran a plane with a banner around it saying "keep out, stay the distance, it was a reminder and eye-opener,” says Nikolina Mitrovic, 29, Göteborg, sweden.Photo by: < / b> JENNIFER BRUNLÖF WINDELL was to keep the distance, and we are not jätterädda are almost as common. No parties, or trips abroad. It had a cypernresa, which was set up in June”, Concerning the Laegar, 74, a pensioner, Moscow.Photo by: < / b> JENNIFER BRUNLÖF WINDELL . ”Where there is a very nice and beautiful days we're out at the beach. We keep ourselves to ourselves and keep the distance. Aware as I travel, not abroad,” says Lena anderson, 56, is the care of the elderly in Gothenburg, sweden.Photo by: < / b> JENNIFER BRUNLÖF WINDELL ”For my part, it's pretty easy, and we're pretty sure we've had it, had it not been so, had I been less certain, both for their own and for others ' sake, you will notice that there will be a lot of people,” said Peter Weicht, 40, technician, Högsbo.Photo by: < / b> JENNIFER BRUNLÖF WINDELL . ”We keep ourselves to ourselves, and to keep the distance. You may take the opportunity, when the weather is nice. My 70 year celebration will be set up, which is really sad. We also travel to Estonia, where we have a lot of friends. It is almost the thing that we miss the most,” said Marianne Anderson, 69, a pensioner, Moscow.Photo by: < / b> JENNIFER BRUNLÖF WINDELL . ”I have brought the bike with a view of the parking lot, on the beach, trying to keep my distance, as far as I am able. Otherwise, there is no change in the summer as much as I've managed quite well in spite of it all. I live alone, so there will be even more alone now,” said Paul Qvennerstedt, 68, a retiree, Gothenburg, sweden.Photo by: < / b> JENNIFER BRUNLÖF WINDELL Previous Next 1 of 8 Exit fullscreen mode Knökfullt on a tram in Gothenburg, sweden - Safety: ”We are running as fast as we can”.
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