UPDATE - Flooding In Saxon Switzerland Causes Disruption In Railway Service - Reports
BERLIN (UrduPoint News / Sputnik - 18th July, 2021) Extreme rainfall led to flooding in Germany's Saxon Switzerland and railway service with the Czech Republic has been interrupted, German media report.
Rainfall of over 100 liters per square meter has caused flooding in Saxon Switzerland, the district office of Saxon Switzerland-Eastern Ore Mountains announced on Saturday evening, as cited by Die Zeit.
The Deutsche Bahn railway service said on Twitter on Saturday that there were disruptions on the route near Bad Schandau and that long-distance trains were being held back. According to information on the Deutsche Bahn website, traffic on the Dresden-Prague route is going to be suspended until Sunday afternoon amid flooding and landslides in the region.