COPENHAGEN, Jun 18 (Reuters) – Four people are blank after vast waves flooded a remote allotment in Greenland this weekend, Greenland officials pronounced on Sunday.
A Danish media news pronounced a waves late on Saturday competence have been caused by an earthquake formulating a landslide into a sea, that in spin would have generated a swell.
Police in Greenland, that is partial of Denmark with self-government over domestic affairs, had no criticism on a cause.
The Greenland government pronounced a tiny encampment of Nuugaatsiaq in a northwest was flooded, while dual other places in a same region, Uummannaq and Illorsuit, were also affected.
Nuugaatsiaq was evacuated though 4 people were still missing, Greenland‘s military pronounced in Sunday’s statement.
Local media also reported several casualties.
The Geological Survey of Denmark and Greenland (GEUS) purebred an trembler with bulk of 4 in a area, a Danish news group Ritzau reported.
GEUS comparison researcher Trine Dahl Jensen told Ritzau that it was a “good guess” that a waves were triggered by a landslide since of a quake. “You have seen that in Greenland before,” Jensen said.
Liselotte Boehm of Greenland‘s military told Danish broadcaster TV2 she could not endorse a cause. “What we know is that some large waves have caused flooding,” she said.
Denmark has sent puncture workers to support the Greenland police.