Greek authorities continue to assess the damage caused by the deadly floods in Attica. So far technical teams have carried out 1,154 building inspections and Maximos Mansion is announcing compensations.
A total 120 engineers from the Ministry of Infrastructure and Transport are involved in the building inspections, that commenced after the storm subsided in the Mandra-Idylia and Nea Peramos municipalities.
After inspecting 925 houses, businesses, public buildings, industrial facilities, storage rooms etc., in the Mandra-Idylia municipality, the technical teams found that an additional 733 buildings suffered serious damage, and their owners also qualify for compensation.
In the municipal district of Nea Peramos, 229 building inspections were conducted, with 222 of them found to be in need of serious repair.
Meanwhile, ground and underwater rescue teams; comprised of State agencies and volunteers, continue the search for two people who are still missing.
Government announces compensations