On the island of Funen are preparing to storm surge as a result of the storm, which on Tuesday hit Denmark.
the Danish Meteorological Institute (DMI) warns of elevated water levels of up to 160 centimeters in several places at the Danish coasts from Tuesday evening and Wednesday morning.
At Preparedness Fyn has viceberedskabsdirektør René Cording Jensen citizens to keep an eye on alerts from DMI and take responsibility for their own home.
- If you know that your property is in a level, where it is heralded may come into play, should you take some precautions and protect their property in advance.
emergency Preparedness Funen has made a 15,000 sandbags available, as the citizens on the island of Funen have been able to download on Tuesday morning.
René Cording Jensen does not know exactly how many citizens have availed themselves of the opportunity.
emergency Preparedness Funen is also called 20 people extra at work, to lay mobile vandbarrierer out and put the pumps up. In addition, there is assistance from the agency.
- Emergency south jutland sends Tuesday afternoon 16 man, lænsepumpecontainer, container, mobile dams, lysgiraf (a crane with a floodlight, red.), tow truck, transport trolley and platform truck to Assens to assistance for the Preparedness of the island of Funen, write the operational head of the agency Lars the Hawk Schou on Twitter.
DMI also warns of elevated water levels of more than 125 centimeters, which is the threshold for you usually the heralds of a storm.
the Notice applies to the north Funen coast, the north Coast of Zealand, South of the little belt, Funen Archipelago, the islands of Lolland-Falster south coast, Smålandsfarvandet and East of the great belt.
It is a kraftlig windy conditions, as do, that there may come a flooding.