Eight days after floods hit the Eté Indien campsite in Wimereux, one of the owners has still not been relocated. Now he calls himself “disappointed”.
Last Tuesday, heavy rain caused Honvault Creek to overflow. Consequence: part of the camp ended up under water. Three cars were submerged, and two mobile homes and a cottage were without electricity. Today the electricity was restored. But as the cables took on water, one of the owners called in an expert to make sure there was no danger of a short circuit when restarting the meter.
This owner is Frédéric. Suffering from Parkinson’s disease, he asked his insurance to be rehoused. But things are still stuck.
An expert must come on December 6th to check the electrical installations. Meanwhile, Frédéric Bellanger was moved with his relatives.