A damaged house and car are seen, following floods in Livorno, Italy September 10, 2017. (REUTERS/Leonardo Bianchi)
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Torrential rain in Italy triggered flooding that killed at least six people Sunday in the Tuscan port of Leghorn, including a family of four who were trapped by rising water in a basement.Leghorn province's interior ministry official, Anna Maria Manzone, told Sky TG24 TV that by late Sunday afternoon two people were still missing.In Rome, which until recently had suffered through 3½ months of drought, the downpour quickly produced fast-moving streams in the streets.Possible hailstorms and strong winds were predicted throughout the rest of Sunday and Monday.
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