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As I told you some time ago, during winter the quantity of rains are lower and the level of the streams and rivers are lower too. The water usually is turbid and during this days the water is more clear and you can ever see the bottom.
This image made me remind the most terrible accident we had in the waters of Iva river last Sunday when a small boat with 9 people had a shipwreck in one of the largest falls of our river shore. In the boat some adults and children, only a couple and their baby survived. The very cold waters probably contributed for the death.
After a week of work only a boy is missing, at first many people were concerned if some of those people had got to arrive in the edge of the river, but after zero celsius in that same night the chance of survival would be almost impossible.
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Como mencionei dias atr嫳, durante o inverno nossos c鏎regos e rios ficam com os n癉eis mais baixos e as 墔uas ficam mais claras devido a diminui誽o das chuvas. As 墔uas que geralmente s緌 turvas ficam claras e podemos at ver o fundo.
Essa foto me fez lembrar daquele terr癉el acidente que ocorreu no domingo passado em nosso munic甑io no domingo passado, quando um barco com nove visitantes se aproximou demais do salto e naufragou nas 墔uas frias do rio Iva. Apenas um casal e seu filhinho se salvaram enquanto os demais pereceram, incluindo adultos e v嫫ias crian蓷s. Creio que as 墔uas muito frias contribu甏am para que as pessoas tivessem menos chances de sobreviver.

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  • Copyright: Jorge Dias (jmdias) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 12468 W: 174 N: 25277] (108543)
  • Genre: 地方
  • Medium: 彩色
  • Date Taken: 2020-08-02
  • Exposure:1/21 seconds
  • Photo Version:Original Version
  • Date Submitted: 2021-07-24 1:32
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