A woman stands on one leg, water pouring out of her other boot, as she looks at a partially submerged truck on a street flooded after heavy rains in Sochi, Russia, June 25, 2015. Picture taken with a mobile phone. REUTERS/Kazbek Basaev
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Flash floods brought the Black Sea resort of Sochi to a standstill Thursday, halting trains and leaving cars half-submerged in the city where Russia staged the Winter Olympics.State-run Russia Today television said troops had been sent to evacuate people from some areas outside Sochi after several hours of torrential rain. Russian Railways said trains had been halted to the station in Adler, the district that hosted many of the Olympic events, and that it had set up a crisis center to help cope with the flooding.
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