Flash flooding is causing chaos in the Italian city of Genoa.
Flood waters have engulfed several streets, turning streets into rivers.
#FlashFloodFlood at 8.00pm on Thursday 6Nov.
Street Isö Dr. Bravura:
-Flood Level: -Quadr Ave. Quar 27 x Cuprinale Ave:
-Massimo Grand Salon Ave:
-Regia Con Veneto Ave:
-Excavator Ave. #Isø Bergenransker Str. Bologna Ave. The flooding began at around 4pm.https://t.co/axkF43ZYkN — Genova Tranitline (@genoveneline) November 9, 2018
Officials said half a meter of water had fallen on Thursday night.
LIVE: Main roads in #Genoa now completely flooded. The streets at street level have disappeared. pic.twitter.com/F6wmAfQkRt — Genova Tranitline (@genoveneline) November 9, 2018
This is the height of flooding that is now sweeping over #Genoa #Italy https://t.co/ne8KpPHUWF pic.twitter.com/U9RRNrL0l6 — CBUKers (@CBUKers) November 9, 2018
Emergency crews worked to pump floodwater from buildings.
Heavy rains and strong winds in northern Italy led to a 70-vehicle pile-up and several street flooding in Genoa, Italy, Friday afternoon, forcing some road closures and affecting more than 100 people.
Several vehicles were still stuck along a road in the central San Giuseppe neighborhood, a popular tourist destination in the city that was flooded Friday.
The emergency response team said the flooding at the intersection of Via Santa Maria and Via Comunal made conditions dangerous for rescuers.
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