Jun 14, 2015
Overseas in the country of Georgia the scene is frightening after flood waters swept through the city killing at least eight people and destroying the city’s zoo leaving the animals free to roam in city streets. The country has released special forces and warned residents to stay off of the streets while a hunt for the zoo animals is underway. Torrential rains and wind washed over Tbilisi...Proceed to the page: http://linkis.com/HmuHA
Seven people are reported dead and many are still missing as flash floods hit Tbilisi, Georgia. Officials have warned people to stay at home as tigers, bears and wolves escaped from the zoo and are roaming the city.
At least nine people are reported dead as a result of torrential flooding in the Georgian capital Tbilisi on Sunday. Heavy rain caused a river in the city to burst its banks, sweeping away buildings and cars and causing devastation amounting to millions of euros. A city official said dozens of...
Residents in the Georgian capital Tbilisi have been warned to stay indoors after dangerous animals escaped for the city's zoo after flash floods destroyed their enclosures, setting them free.
The former Soviet republic of Georgia mobilized special forces in its capital, Tbilisi, ?on Sunday and warned residents in the capital not to leave their homes after lions, tigers, bears and other animals escaped during floods. NBC's Kelly Cobiella reports.
Lions, tigers, bears and other animals escaped from their zoo enclosures and roamed the Georgian capital Tbilisi on Sunday after flooding that killed at least eight people, officials said.
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