Downpours flooded the Italian Genoa: there are victims (VIDEO)

At least six people were killed and several were missing as a result of disaster, collapsed on Friday at the Italian region of Liguria Sky TG24

At least six people were killed and several were missing as a result of disaster, collapsed on Friday at the Italian region of Liguria, Sky TG24 TV reported with reference to the rescuers. According to him, among the dead — two children.

Heavy rains that fell early Friday on the main city of the Ligurian coast of Italy - Genoa, led to the flooding of some streets that have turned into raging rivers Sky TG24

Heavy rains that fell early Friday on the main city of the Ligurian coast of Italy — Genoa, led to the flooding of a number of streets that turned into rivers. People are forced to walk through the streets to the waist in water.

The city declared a state of emergency, the authorities encourage the citizens as possible not to go out, do not stay on the ground floors of buildings as they can be flooded, and do not get into the car Sky TG24

The city declared a state of emergency, the authorities encourage the citizens as possible not to go out, do not stay on the ground floors of buildings as they can be flooded, and not to sit in the car.
In parallel with the fire rescue people carry out work on turning off gas and electricity throughout the disaster area. The city shops are closed and one of the train station, which was flooded. Difficult to move vehicles on many highways, RIA "Novosti".

Recently, it is not the first element of revelry in the Apennines, in which people are dying. Thus, on 24 October at the Liguria and Tuscany hit severe thunderstorms, which not only led to flooding in many areas, including entire neighborhoods in a number of locations, but also by powerful landslides and debris flows. Victims of bad weather then became 10.

Earlier, on October 20 with a heavy rain storm hit the Italian capital Rome. As a result, many neighborhoods were flooded the historic city center, tourists take a walk up to their knees in water.

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