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11/15/2017

At least seven people were killed on Wednesday after flash floods hit towns west of Athens, the capital of Greece

At least seven people were killed on Wednesday after flash floods hit towns west of Athens, the capital of Greece

At least seven people were killed on Wednesday after flash floods hit towns west of Athens, the capital of Greece, said authorities.
The flooding came after a night of heavy rains, turning roads in the industrial towns of Nea Peramos and Mandra, about 27 km (17 miles) west of Athens, into muddy torrents, trapping people in their homes and cars.
Five victims were found in Mandra - two in their flooded homes, two in the yards of local businesses, and one near a road, and another two individuals were found floating in the sea.

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