Heavy rain has caused the widespread flooding forcing authorities to declare a state of emergency and evacuate thousands of people from their homes.
A state of emergency has been declared in several areas of Bosnia and Herzegovina after five days of torrential rain caused what has been decribed as the worst flooding in a century.
The Bosian Army is using boats to deliver food and drinking water to houses cut-off, due to roads and bridges being submerged by water.
A woman was killed on Sunday in the northern town of Tuzla when her home collapsed after a landslide triggered by heavy rains.
“The situation is critical and there are still regions in the northern part of Albania that are isolated” due to floods, a civil service spokesman, Leonard Olli said.
9:59AM GMT 06 Dec 2010
Source: The Telegraph