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Aftermath of severe flooding in Georgian capital

June 15, 2015, 21:02 UTC+3
13 people were killed. The territory of the Tbilisi zoo has been partially flooded. Some animals died, some, including predators, escaped from their enclosures
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A destroyed flooded zoo area in Tbilisi, Georgia
A destroyed flooded zoo area in Tbilisi, Georgia
A destroyed flooded zoo area in Tbilisi, Georgia
© AP Photo/Pavel Golovkin
People assisting a hippopotamus that has been shot with a tranquilizer dart after it escaped from a flooded zoo. Tigers, lions, a hippopotamus and other animals have escaped from the zoo in Georgia’s capital after heavy flooding destroyed their enclosures
People assisting a hippopotamus that has been shot with a tranquilizer dart after it escaped from a flooded zoo. Tigers, lions, a hippopotamus and other animals have escaped from the zoo in Georgia’s capital after heavy flooding destroyed their enclosures
People assisting a hippopotamus that has been shot with a tranquilizer dart after it escaped from a flooded zoo. Tigers, lions, a hippopotamus and other animals have escaped from the zoo in Georgia’s capital after heavy flooding destroyed their enclosures
© AP Photo/Tinatin Kiguradze
Cars in the mud at a flooded zoo area in Tbilisi
Cars in the mud at a flooded zoo area in Tbilisi
Cars in the mud at a flooded zoo area in Tbilisi
© AP Photo/Pavel Golovkin
A runaway bear sitting on the window of the second floor of a building on the flooded street in Tbilisi
A runaway bear sitting on the window of the second floor of a building on the flooded street in Tbilisi
A runaway bear sitting on the window of the second floor of a building on the flooded street in Tbilisi
© EPA/BESO GULASHVILI/GEORGIAN PRIME MINISTER'S PRESS SERVICE
Municipal workers cleaning an area around a flooded zoo area
Municipal workers cleaning an area around a flooded zoo area
Municipal workers cleaning an area around a flooded zoo area
© AP Photo/Shakh Aivazov
© EPA/BESO GULASHVILI/GEORGIAN PRIME MINISTER'S PRESS SERVICE
© AP Photo/Pavel Golovkin
© AP Photo/Pavel Golovkin
© AP Photo/Shakh Aivazov
A police car driving on a flooded street in Tbilisi
A police car driving on a flooded street in Tbilisi
A police car driving on a flooded street in Tbilisi
© EPA/BESO GULASHVILI/GEORGIAN PRIME MINISTER'S PRESS SERVICE
© AP Photo/Tinatin Kiguradze
© EPA/BESO GULASHVILI/GEORGIAN PRIME MINISTER'S PRESS SERVICE
© EPA/BESO GULASHVILI/GEORGIAN PRIME MINISTER'S PRESS SERVICE
© AP Photo/Pavel Golovkin
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A destroyed flooded zoo area in Tbilisi, Georgia
© AP Photo/Pavel Golovkin
People assisting a hippopotamus that has been shot with a tranquilizer dart after it escaped from a flooded zoo. Tigers, lions, a hippopotamus and other animals have escaped from the zoo in Georgia’s capital after heavy flooding destroyed their enclosures
© AP Photo/Tinatin Kiguradze
Cars in the mud at a flooded zoo area in Tbilisi
© AP Photo/Pavel Golovkin
A runaway bear sitting on the window of the second floor of a building on the flooded street in Tbilisi
© EPA/BESO GULASHVILI/GEORGIAN PRIME MINISTER'S PRESS SERVICE
Municipal workers cleaning an area around a flooded zoo area
© AP Photo/Shakh Aivazov
© EPA/BESO GULASHVILI/GEORGIAN PRIME MINISTER'S PRESS SERVICE
© AP Photo/Pavel Golovkin
© AP Photo/Pavel Golovkin
© AP Photo/Shakh Aivazov
A police car driving on a flooded street in Tbilisi
© EPA/BESO GULASHVILI/GEORGIAN PRIME MINISTER'S PRESS SERVICE
© AP Photo/Tinatin Kiguradze
© EPA/BESO GULASHVILI/GEORGIAN PRIME MINISTER'S PRESS SERVICE
© EPA/BESO GULASHVILI/GEORGIAN PRIME MINISTER'S PRESS SERVICE
© AP Photo/Pavel Golovkin

Torrential rains overnight to June 14 caused heavy floods in Georgian capital Tbilisi. 13 people were killed, houses, roads, power lines were damaged. The territory of the Tbilisi zoo has been partially flooded. Some animals died, some, including predators, escaped from their enclosures. Damage caused by devastating floods in the city was estimated at about $23 million, according to the Georgian Prime Minister Irakliy Garibashvili. Aftermath of severe flooding in Georgian capital - in photo gallery by TASS

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