Flash floods in central Europe kill 11, death toll could rise

9th August 2010, Comments 0 comments

Heavy rains in Czech Republic, Germany, and Poland caused flash floods that have thus far killed 11 people. Hundreds of people had to evacuate the state of Saxony in Germany after several roads and villages were flooded by the Neisse river. In Poland, the rains destroyed a bridge near Bogatynia and left residents without electricity or running ...

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