Flooding in France kills two, leaves two missing

November 25, 2019: Flooding and mudslides caused by heavy rainfall has claimed lives of two people and leaves two missing in France.

According to the French national weather service Meteo France, the area absorbed the equivalent of two months of average rainfall in 24 hours.

In France, the Nice airport was briefly closed Saturday, The Weather Channel reported.

Also in Italy, a 30-meter section of highway along a viaduct in coastal city of Savona has been collapsed.

In Italy, rescuers are searching for a woman swept away by the surging Bormida river in the north.


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