the hague - The extreme weather has caused the ANWB Alarm Center a fierce summer. The emergency service has helped six percent more people than last year in trouble.
'Overall, there have been a small 700,000 phone calls this summer, and that's really a lot,' says director Victor Geskes. 'What is most noticeable is that we had a lot more natural violence that caused vacationers to get in trouble and to be helped. '
'The earthquake in Kos, forest fires in Portugal and France, hailstorms on Lake Garda, floods in Tuscany... It did not stop. '
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