Santiago de Compostela, Jan 19 (EFE) due to falling trees.
The 112 indicates in its first bulletin this Thursday that this problem is behind 633 calls, while the notices for poles and cables damaged by bad weather add up to 166.
Later, due to snowfall, there were 156 communications, another 101 due to flooding, 51 due to landslides and stones, and a total of 36 landslides.
The province of A Coruña remains the hardest hit, with 640 total cases, followed by Pontevedra (392), Lugo (369) and Ourense (138).
Among the most notable incidents compiled by 112 Galicia is the derailment of a train in Silleda (Pontevedra) on Wednesday afternoon as a result of a landslide and stones and without causing personal injury.
Traffic was restored at 4:30 in the morning. The convoy was covering the route between Ourense and Santiago and derailed at six. Its 16 passengers continued their journey by road. The intervener received a blow to the head but medical assistance was not required.
Another railway incident occurred in Láncara (Lugo), when a train hit a tree, and also in this case without injuries.
The report also includes, without time, six road exits that were recorded on the AP-9, near Ordes (A Coruña), due to a heavy hailstorm; and the collapse of a section of the EP-0017 highway in Campañó (Pontevedra).
In addition, the various floods and rescues of people who were trapped in their homes by the overflow of rivers in the central area of Lugo and, especially, in Begonte; or complications due to snow on secondary roads and some main ones such as the A-52, the N-6, the N-640 or the N-540.
The Inungal Plan continues to be active due to the risk of flooding and there are 19 river courses that are under observation due to the danger of possible overflows.