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Greece:Wild Fire:2018/07/23

Duration2018/07/23 Several forest fires broke out in central-southern mainland Greece (Attica, Central Greece and Peloponnese Regions) and Crete Island on 23 July 2018, causing casualties and widespread damage. As of 26 July, the death toll reached 82 in the area of Mati Beach.
Country or DistrictGreece
NameWild Fire

Headline(Source, Date)
Personal Injury Material Damage Others

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  • IFRC 2018/07/31
    The death toll reaches 83 people and more than 187 persons are reported to be injured.
  • IFRC 2018/07/25
    Following the previous update of the disastrous fires that have been raging since 23 July, the latest official figures are as follows:the number of deaths has risen, and the number now stands at 81.
  • IFRC 2018/07/24
    Since Monday, 23 July 2018, Greece has been experiencing a number of wildfires in forests and villages across the country. As of 24 June, the death toll has reached approximately 49 people.
Geographycal Data Information
  • ECHO 2018/07/23
    Greece | Forest Fires Situation - Emergency Response Coordination Centre (ERCC) - DG ECHO Daily Map | 26/07/2018
Emergency Relief Information
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