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Flooding Damage in Europe

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July 19 · Issue #1345 · View online
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The town of Schuld, Germany, suffered widespread devastation when the Ahr River overflowed its banks during severe rains last week. Flooding damage was widespread throughout Western Germany and the surrounding countries, with high waters inundating towns, collapsing bridges and homes, and causing the deaths of nearly 200 people. The second image here shows an Overview of the Ahr River with its overflowed banks passing through the towns of Liers, Schuld, and Insul.
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Image #1 Source: Sascha Steinbach/EPA
Image #2 Source: Maxar
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