Residents in the northern town of Bosanski Samac, Bosnia-Herzegovina, have begun a massive clean-up effort in the wake of devastating flooding that killed at least 50 people in Bosnia, Serbia, and Croatia. The town, situated near the eastern border with Serbia, was one of the worst hit.
This footage, which was filmed on June 2, captures people clearing out their homes and piling debris in the streets.
According to Radio Free Europe, local officials are having difficulty disposing of all the wreckage. Credit: Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty