Rains in Bavaria: 52 liters of precipitation per hour

In the German city of Regensburg (Bavaria), located on the banks of the Danube, because of flooding caused by melting snow and rain, the water level in the river rose to the level of 6.3 meters, and continues to rise at a rate of 3 centimeters per hour. Many of the homes in the historic city flooded.

In Regensburg taken increased security measures. Employees of a federal agency to provide technical support, as well as firefighters, performing in Germany in the event of natural disasters rescue functions, strengthen levees with sandbags, reports msn.de.

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