There was a large landslide in the village of Gjerdrum, 25 km north of Oslo, Norway: there are ten injured (including one serious), twelve missing and many houses have been overwhelmed by mud, or have fallen into the pit created. from the landslide. About 700 people were evacuated. Prime Minister Erna Solberg said that the situation in the area is still very unstable and rescue is operating in the area using mainly helicopters.
The landslide began in the early hours of Wednesday: some villagers called the emergency numbers saying that their homes were moving. The local administration said 1,500 people are at risk of having to leave their homes due to the instability of the land.