The residents of Plomers passed a nighttime night, shortly after midnight, some rocks separated from the hills of Prophet Elius, located on the outskirts of the city and became dangerous in their homes.
LesvosNews Due to the landslide noise reported by the deaf, they were deaf and many Plomeri residents were thrown out of their homes.
The rocks fell on homes, buildings, motorbikes, because heavy material was damaged, but thanks to human injury is considered.
At the time of landslide, Plomeri deputy mayor, Manuelis Armenkas, arrived at the first time and this morning with the engineers of Lesbos' municipality, who recorded the damage.
In their perspective, the scientific group of Athens and National University of Athens, PloMari, Lesvos, under the chairmanship of Geology and Geoenwire Division and Professor of Ops Professor Effatimus Lecca, goes.
As stated in the related advertisement: "Using advanced tools and methods, the scientific team expects to evaluate the event and its causes and to evaluate the risk of a large area."