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After the Fire, Comes the Floods

As fires raging for ten days in southern Greece died out, nature struck Greece once again, this time, it's floods.

Rainstorms have caused heavy flooding in two villages, where cars were carried away into the sea by the currents.

Streets were covered in rivers of water and trees have been uprooted.

Meteorologists predicted that more rain can be expected in the next few days.

Rain is also expected to touch the fire stricken regions of the Peloponnese where one fire front still continues to burn.
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