The flooding of the Paraná River keeps authorities in Argentina and Paraguay on alert and generates shocking images that went viral on social networks. The flood, which counterbalances the historical drop suffered by the water course, even led to the closure of access to the Iguazú Falls for security reasons.
The increase in the flow of the Paraná and Iguazú rivers, located on the border between the north of Argentina, Paraguay and Brazil, could reach peaks of up to 5.5 meters at certain points in their trajectories, which is why it keeps the authorities, warned the National Water Institute . . .