6 people died due to torrential rains in Italy

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By vexwift.com

Italy is on the brink of climate change. The country’s rains on Friday were the heaviest on record in the last 100 years, causing rivers to overflow and floodwaters to enter residential areas. An opportunity. But there was a danger that due to the intensification of the flood in the Arno river, the flood water would enter the historical city of Florence, but fortunately this did not happen. According to experts, 200 mm of rain fell in just three hours yesterday.

Tucson Governor says 6 people have been confirmed dead across the country due to torrential rains.

Climate scientists say that human-caused climate change is causing more severe storms and the situation will worsen in the coming years.

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