In the small Croatian town of Sisak, 60 kilometers south of Zagreb, the Sava River burst its banks and flooded the stables of a therapeutic horse riding club on Thursday. All horses were brought to safety unharmed, Croatian television HRT reported.
The Croatian towns of Karlovac, Petrinja, Hrvatska Kostajnica, Gracac and Obrovac have also struggled with flooding in recent days. There were no victims. The situation in north-west Bosnia was also described as difficult. The Una and Glina rivers caused floods in the towns of Bihac, Velika Kladusa and Bosanska Krupa. In Novi Sad, the capital of the northern Serbian province of Vojvodina, some downtown boulevards were under water on Wednesday evening. There was traffic chaos and several accidents.