January 27, 2023

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Morning Report, Traffic | Skrøivdalsvegen is closed due to flooding

Highlands: Today too, a lot of rain is forecast in the northern parts of Namdalen, and meteorologists have chosen to issue flood warnings for many parts of the district.

County Road 776 in Hoylandet between Bjorgengen and Urdalen is closed due to flooding. Traffic operator at Vegtrafiksentralen, Hans Petter Riddervold Hårsvær, says the road was closed at 06.30.

– We have a contractor who is evaluating the site. We still don’t know if it went over one location or multiple locations and it’s hard to say when the road will be reopened.

Storm prone areas

Here is today Text notification To Trondelag:

Severe gales from south-west in exposed areas, strong gales and occasional minor gales along the coast. Severe storms are diminishing in exposed areas this afternoon. overcast the rain Up to a small storm to the north and northwest tonight. Change to rain, drizzle and snow at higher elevations. The snow line is decreasing throughout the day.

Today in NA

After Svanhild Furre Johannessen and Linda Hellesø came forward in NA about the unsustainable conditions at the Nærøysund housing and treatment center, NRK Brennpunkt took up the case. Tonight, the documentary will be on TV with Johannesen and Hellesow as the central figures in the episode.

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– The Brennpunkt documentary comes at a good time. There are many cases about geriatric care and people need to understand the reality of today’s healthcare system. We hope the episode will inform local and national politicians, Johannesen says.

Jonas Williksen (NKNF), Arne Martin Drak (Sparbank 1 SMN), Knut Arne Valo (MOT), Silje Vago (Rørvik IL Football) and Lars Fredrik March (NKNF) practice good foot theory when sending a long pass in the direction. Greater cooperation between business and volunteering in Nærøysund.

Knut Storeide, head of a primary school in the municipality of Namsos, does not hide the fact that the results of the student survey are worrying. He agrees that the municipality should now ask for outside help.

Other news

A man in his 40s was reported to be behaving erratically and for threats against a public servant after an incident in central Trondheim on Wednesday night.

Kirsten Bergstrøm, operations manager at Trøndelag Police District, says they were called by a driver at 11.41pm.

– Bergstrom says the driver experienced a car door being ripped open by a drunk.

– The man was brought in for disorderly conduct and then he made threats against the police officers.

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It writes Nidaros on its sides.

Just before 01:30, the police reported the fire In a car at Heimdallskata in Grunerloka, Oslo. It is said to have been extinguished shortly after.

A man in his 30s has been arrested and is suspected of being linked to the car arson incident. The person must have been observed in the area when the incident occurred.

It writes VG Wednesday morning.

North Korea’s capital, Pyongyang, is on lockdown According to South Korean NK News, the result is a rising number of unnamed respiratory infections.

NK News cites a statement from North Korean officials on Wednesday that the suspension will last five days.

The statement did not mention Covid-19, but NK News said residents were told to stay at home until the end of Sunday and that they should provide temperature readings several times each day.

NTB writes.