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  • Writer's pictureKyle Sooley-Brookings

Flooding in Europe kills 125 people

Officials say that 125 people have died across western Europe due to flooding.

Germany and Belgium have been the hardest-hit countries.

Hundreds of people remain missing but officials said that number could be inflated due to duplications of missing people reports.

The area has been hit with torrential rains that are responsible for leaving hundreds of people homeless.

Roads have collapsed, some villages have turned into raging rivers pushing through buildings and homes.

Germany has deployed overly 850 troops to help with rescue efforts. Italy has sent rescue crews to Belgium to help search for missing people.


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