In one of the suburbs of Italian Genoa, Camogli, part of the cemetery went to sea due to a landslide. According to the fire service, more than 200 coffins with the dead were in the water.
The incident happened on February 22 in the afternoon. Firefighters published a photo from the scene. Judging by the images, the height difference between the water surface and the cliff edge can be estimated at a couple of tens of meters. Coast guards and rescuers set up underwater barriers to keep the coffins from drifting away from the shore. Now they are busy lifting them into the cemetery.
It is noted that the collapse could have been caused by soil erosion due to strong tidal waves, which aggravated the process.
According to the newspaper la Stampa, two chapels also suffered from the displacement of the soil masses. The workers who were in the cemetery managed to escape.
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