Mudslide in Scotland Crashes Mobile Houses Into Each Other, Hundreds Evacuated – Photos, Videos


The torrential rains ravaging Scotland of late, also led to a train derailment near the city of Stonehaven on Wednesday that killed three people, causing major transport impairments across the country.

Hundreds of people were evacuated from mobile homes at Pettycur Bay in Fife, Scotland on Wednesday due to a devastating landslide, which caused building to collapse. Photos from the site show caravans moved or even crashed into each other after sliding down from the hills.

Aftermath of the #storm and clean-up at Pettycur Bay caravan park between Burntisland and Kinghorn earlier today, no one hurt and #A921 road has since been cleared. @FFP @courier_fife @kingdomfm @BBCScotlandNews

— Michael Booth (@michaelbooth) August 12, 2020

According to preliminary reports, no one was injured by the mudslides, and a nearby road has already been cleaned.

OMG! Hope everyone is OK. #landslide #pettycurbay #burntisland #fife #thunderstorms #scotland

— Vanessa Motion 🎤🎧🎶 (@vanessamotion) August 12, 2020

​​In the meantime, other parts of the city have been flooded following powerful storms.

Meanwhile, in #Kinghorn in Fife this street became a river overnight. This was this morning. #storm #Scotland #Fife #Floods2020

— Mac :: 3.5% Buellers Members Club (@Fudgel11) August 12, 2020

— Fife Herald (@fifeherald) August 12, 2020



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