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Heavy rains cause flooding in Norway

July 04, 2007

The unusually heavy rain in Southern Norway over the past week has led to flooded basements and closed roads in many places. The Oslo-Bergen railroad is blocked.

The situation is worst in Buskerud and Telemark, where at least ten county roads are closed because of flood water.
The Oslo-Bergen railroad is closed between Flaa and Nesbyen, after a mud and rock slide caused by flooding blocked the tracks.
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