Bad weather: the Doubs ravaged

Bad weather: the Doubs ravaged

The damage is extensive, with houses damaged and streets completely destroyed, which have been lifted by torrents of mud.

Bad weather: the Doubs ravaged

With shovels, the inhabitants of Bussurel (Haute-Saône) clear unrecognizable sidewalks. Here, the water has lifted the macadam like a vulgar carpet. As a result, layers of gravel rolled down the slopes to the center of the village. A torrent of water passed through the house of a retiree through and through. Little damage to count, but this is the first time this man has seen it in 34 years.

Slow motion activity

The town of Bart (Doubs) was certainly the most affected by the bad weather. If the water is gone overnight, traders have taken their items out onto the street for them to dry. In the middle of the sales period, a shopkeeper explains that she will not be able to work this week. With the infiltration of water and mud, everyone takes stock of what to throw away, while awaiting the passage of the experts.