Bad weather, evacuated hotels and houses in Val di Fassa – Chronicle

About a hundred people including tourists and residents were evacuated from hotels and houses in the Fassa valley, especially in the Vigo di Fassa area, where a water bomb struck which quickly caused landslides and landslides and the flooding of some watercourses, such as in Fontanazzo and Campestrin, hamlets of Mazzin and San Jan, where – reports the Tgr Trento – a mudslide invaded the road. The evacuated people will spend the night in the Civil Protection Center and in the gyms. Due to landslides and landslides caused by bad weather, the activities of the Civil Protection are underway, in particular the fire brigade, forestry, mountain basins and geologists sectors, together with the technicians of the Road Management Service. Under observation a series of situations – communicates the Autonomous Province of Trento – in particular the enlargement of some watercourses that have caused landslides and erosion of embankments. As a precaution, the evacuation of some houses was ordered in the area of ​​Pera di Fassa, in Vigo di Fassa (about ten houses) and in Pozza di Fassa where guests and staff of two hotels were moved. The situation is evolving. At the moment it does not appear that the phenomena have caused any consequences to people.

Two places in the upper Valpelline, in the Aosta Valley, will remain isolated at least until Saturday due to two landslides that fell on regional road number 28 in the afternoon. Very popular with tourists fleeing the heat waves, Oyace and Bionaz are not at moment reachable by car. As the hours go by, the number of holidaymakers who cannot return to the valley increases. “At the moment there are about 13-14 people who cannot get off and to whom we will have to find accommodation for the night”, explains the mayor of Bionaz, Valter Nicase. Others find themselves stuck in Oyace. During a thunderstorm, in the late evening of Thursday the roadway was first invaded by debris from two different streams. Since this morning workers and mechanical shovels were at work to restore the road system. The new detachments took place when the works to reopen the road were almost completed. “It happened around 4 pm, during a fairly strong storm. Waves of mud came down, which touched some houses on the border, in the Condemine hamlet of Oyace”, explains Nicase, confirming that “no one was involved”. If in the other municipality, in Oyace, “the landslide has more or less the same front as the first, in Bionaz it occupies 100 meters, three times the size of that fall last night”.