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Heavy rain in central Germany has caused severe flooding, and more is expected in the coming days.

Riverbanks have burst and mudslides cut off nearby towns. In Lower Saxony, firefighters remain on call 24 hours a day.

And people are fighting to keep the flood waters out of their homes. Over the past three days, Germany has experienced a prolonged rainfall.

Also See Videos on Demand (Top Left) for additional Video on the German Floods

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