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Damaged cars are pictured the day after floods hit the town of Trebes, southern France, Tuesday, Oct. 16, 2018. French officials say flash floods that swept through the southwest Aude region largely claimed elderly victims, who were seemingly caught off guard by the sudden torrents. (AP Photo/Fred Lancelot), APTOPIX
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Damaged cars are pictured the day after floods hit the town of Trebes, southern France, Tuesday, Oct. 16, 2018. French officials say flash floods that swept through the southwest Aude region largely claimed elderly victims, who were seemingly caught off guard by the sudden torrents. (AP Photo/Fred Lancelot), APTOPIX
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People walk in a muddy street in Trebes, near Carcassonne, southern France on October 16, 2018 following floods. - At least 11 people died when violent rainstorms turned rivers into raging torrents in southwest France on October 15, prompting some of the deadliest flooding in years, officials said. The equivalent of three months rainfall was dumped overnight in the region of Carcassonne in just a few hours, sending rivers over their banks, including the Aude, which reached levels not seen in 100 years. (Photo by ERIC CABANIS / AFP)
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A picture taken in Aiguille district of Trebes, near Carcassonne, southern France on October 16, 2018 shows a caravan swept away and damages after floods. - At least 11 people died when violent rainstorms turned rivers into raging torrents in southwest France on October 15, prompting some of the deadliest flooding in years, officials said. The equivalent of three months rainfall was dumped overnight in the region of Carcassonne in just a few hours, sending rivers over their banks, including the Aude, which reached levels not seen in 100 years. (Photo by ERIC CABANIS / AFP)
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A picture taken in Trebes, near Carcassonne, southern France on October 16, 2018 shows boats swept way in the harbour on the Canal du Midi, after the floods. - At least 11 people died when violent rainstorms turned rivers into raging torrents in southwest France on October 15, prompting some of the deadliest flooding in years, officials said. The equivalent of three months rainfall was dumped overnight in the region of Carcassonne in just a few hours, sending rivers over their banks, including the Aude, which reached levels not seen in 100 years. (Photo by ERIC CABANIS / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - A photo shows the wreck of a truck in which the driver died following heavy rains that saw rivers bursting banks on October 16, 2018 in Conques-sur-Orbiel, near Carcassonne, southern France. - At least 11 people died when violent rainstorms turned rivers into raging torrents in southwest France on October 15, prompting some of the deadliest flooding in years, officials said. The equivalent of three months rainfall was dumped overnight in the region of Carcassonne in just a few hours, sending rivers over their banks, including the Aude, which reached levels not seen in 100 years. (Photo by PASCAL PAVANI / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - A man throws away damaged household items in Trebes, near Carcassonne, southern France on October 16, 2018 following heavy rains and flooding. - At least 11 people died when violent rainstorms turned rivers into raging torrents in southwest France on October 15, prompting some of the deadliest flooding in years, officials said. The equivalent of three months rainfall was dumped overnight in the region of Carcassonne in just a few hours, sending rivers over their banks, including the Aude, which reached levels not seen in 100 years. (Photo by ERIC CABANIS / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - A picture taken in Trebes, near Carcassonne, southern France on October 16, 2018 shows boats swept way in the harbour on the Canal du Midi, after the floods. - At least 11 people died when violent rainstorms turned rivers into raging torrents in southwest France on October 15, prompting some of the deadliest flooding in years, officials said. The equivalent of three months rainfall was dumped overnight in the region of Carcassonne in just a few hours, sending rivers over their banks, including the Aude, which reached levels not seen in 100 years. (Photo by ERIC CABANIS / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - A man walks past a vehicle swept away on the bank of the Aude river, in Trebes, near Carcassonne, southern France on October 16, 2018 after the floods. - At least 11 people died when violent rainstorms turned rivers into raging torrents in southwest France on October 15, prompting some of the deadliest flooding in years, officials said. The equivalent of three months rainfall was dumped overnight in the region of Carcassonne in just a few hours, sending rivers over their banks, including the Aude, which reached levels not seen in 100 years. (Photo by ERIC CABANIS / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - Damaged furniture is left outside in Trebes, near Carcassonne, southern France on October 16, 2018 after the floods. - At least 11 people died when violent rainstorms turned rivers into raging torrents in southwest France on October 15, prompting some of the deadliest flooding in years, officials said. The equivalent of three months rainfall was dumped overnight in the region of Carcassonne in just a few hours, sending rivers over their banks, including the Aude, which reached levels not seen in 100 years. (Photo by ERIC CABANIS / AFP)
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An overturned car is pictured in front of a church in the town of Villegailhenc, southern France, Monday, Oct.15, 2018. Flash floods tore through towns in southwest France, turning streams into raging torrents that authorities said killed several people and seriously injured at least five others. (AP Photo/Fred Lancelot), APTOPIX
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Rescue workers and soldiers walk in the town of Villegailhenc, southern France, after flash floods Monday, Oct.15, 2018. Flash floods tore through towns in southwest France, turning streams into raging torrents that authorities said killed several people and seriously injured at least five others. (AP Photo/Fred Lancelot), APTOPIX
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Rescue workers retrieve a body from floodwaters in the town of Trebes, southern France, Monday, Oct.15, 2018. Flash floods tore through towns in southwest France, turning waterways into raging torrents that killed at least 10 people, authorities said Monday. (AP Photo/Fred Lancelot), APTOPIX
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A man rides past a damaged car in the town of Villegailhenc, southern France, Monday, Oct. 15, 2018. Flash floods tore through towns in southwest France, turning streams into raging torrents that authorities said killed several people and seriously injured at least five others. (AP Photo/Fred Lancelot), APTOPIX
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TOPSHOT - An aerial view shows a flooded road on October 15, 2018 near Villemoustaussou, near Carcassone, southern France. - Thirteen people have died after severe storms caused flash flooding across wide stretches of southwest France overnight, sweeping away vehicles and swamping homes, the interior ministry's rescue service said. (Photo by SYLVAIN THOMAS / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - Residents stand by a car swept away by floods on October 15, 2018 in Villegailhenc, near Carcassone, southern France. - Six people died following storm and flash floods during the night of October 15 in the Aude department in southern France, authorities said. (Photo by Eric CABANIS / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - A resident shows on a house the level reached by water during floods on October 15, 2018 in Villegailhenc, near Carcassone, southern France. - Six people died following storm and flash floods during the night of October 15 in the Aude department in southern France, authorities said. (Photo by Eric CABANIS / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - Residents stand by a broken bridge on the river Trapel following floods on October 15, 2018 in Villegailhenc, near Carcassone, southern France. - Six people died following storm and flash floods during the night of October 15 in the Aude department in southern France, authorities said. (Photo by Eric CABANIS / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - Residents stand by a broken bridge on the river Trapel following floods on October 15, 2018 in Villegailhenc, near Carcassone, southern France. - Six people died following storm and flash floods during the night of October 15 in the Aude department in southern France, authorities said. (Photo by Eric CABANIS / AFP) / ALTERNATIVE CROP
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TOPSHOT - A firefighter helps a younster in a flooded street during rescue operation following heavy rains that saw rivers bursting banks on October 15, 2018 in Trebes, near Carcassone, southern France. - Six people died following storm and flash floods during the night of October 15 in the Aude department in southern France, authorities said. (Photo by Pascal PAVANI / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - Firefighters help youngsters to evacuate in a flooded street during a rescue operation following heavy rains that saw rivers bursting banks on October 15, 2018 in Trebes, near Carcassone, southern France. - Six people died following storm and flash floods during the night of October 15 in the Aude department in southern France, authorities said. (Photo by Pascal PAVANI / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - Firefighters helps a resident with a dog following heavy rains that saw rivers bursting banks on October 15, 2018 in Trebes, near Carcassone, southern France. - Six people died following storm and flash floods during the night of October 15 in the Aude department in southern France, authorities said. (Photo by Pascal PAVANI / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - An elderly woman is evacuated on October 15, 2018 in Villegailhenc in the Aude department after it was particularly badly hit by heavy rain storms which swamped parts of southwestern France, flooding rivers and cutting roads, killing at least six people . - The Aude river reached flood levels not seen in over 100 years, the French agency responsible for monitoring water levels, Vigicrues, said. Firemen responded to more than 250 calls overnight, as 160 to 180 mm (6 to 7 inches) of rain fell in the fortress city of Carcassonne. Six other departments were also hit by the storms from the eastern Pyrenees to Aveyron further north. (Photo by Eric CABANIS / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - A woman discovers the damages in a street of Villegailhenc in the Aude department after it was particularly badly hit by heavy rain storms which swamped parts of southwestern France, flooding rivers and cutting roads, killing at least six people. - The Aude river reached flood levels not seen in over 100 years, the French agency responsible for monitoring water levels, Vigicrues, said. Firemen responded to more than 250 calls overnight, as 160 to 180 mm (6 to 7 inches) of rain fell in the fortress city of Carcassonne. Six other departments were also hit by the storms from the eastern Pyrenees to Aveyron further north. (Photo by ERIC CABANIS / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - People stand on the road by a bridge over the Trapel river that collapsed Villegailhenc in the Aude department after it was particularly badly hit by heavy rain storms which swamped parts of southwestern France, flooding rivers and cutting roads, killing at least six people. - The Aude river reached flood levels not seen in over 100 years, the French agency responsible for monitoring water levels, Vigicrues, said. Firemen responded to more than 250 calls overnight, as 160 to 180 mm (6 to 7 inches) of rain fell in the fortress city of Carcassonne. Six other departments were also hit by the storms from the eastern Pyrenees to Aveyron further north. (Photo by ERIC CABANIS / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - A damaged car is pictured in a flooded street of Villegailhenc in the Aude department after it was particularly badly hit by heavy rain storms which swamped parts of southwestern France, flooding rivers and cutting roads, killing at least six people. - The Aude river reached flood levels not seen in over 100 years, the French agency responsible for monitoring water levels, Vigicrues, said. Firemen responded to more than 250 calls overnight, as 160 to 180 mm (6 to 7 inches) of rain fell in the fortress city of Carcassonne. Six other departments were also hit by the storms from the eastern Pyrenees to Aveyron further north. (Photo by ERIC CABANIS / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - Flood waters engulf the land and buildings on October 15, 2018 in Villemoustaussou, near Carcassone, southern France. - Thirteen people have died after severe storms caused flash flooding across wide stretches of southwest France overnight, sweeping away vehicles and swamping homes, the interior ministry's rescue service said. (Photo by Pascal PAVANI / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - Flood waters engulf the land and buildings on October 15, 2018 in Villemoustaussou, near Carcassone, southern France. - Thirteen people have died after severe storms caused flash flooding across wide stretches of southwest France overnight, sweeping away vehicles and swamping homes, the interior ministry's rescue service said. (Photo by Pascal PAVANI / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - Residents look at damaged cars on the Trapel river following heavy rains that saw rivers bursting banks on October 15, 2018 in Villegailhenc, near Carcassone, southern France. - At least 13 people died as violent rainstorms turned rivers into raging torrents in southwestern France on October 15, 2018 in the latest episode of wild weather in Europe, officials said. (Photo by ERIC CABANIS / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - French firefighters drive by damaged cars on the Trapel river following heavy rains that saw rivers bursting banks on October 15, 2018 in Villegailhenc, near Carcassone, southern France. - At least 13 people died as violent rainstorms turned rivers into raging torrents in southwestern France on October 15, 2018 in the latest episode of wild weather in Europe, officials said. (Photo by ERIC CABANIS / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - A photo taken on October 15, 2018 shows a damaged car on the Trapel river following heavy rains that saw rivers bursting banks on October 15, 2018 in Villegailhenc, near Carcassone, southern France. - At least 13 people died as violent rainstorms turned rivers into raging torrents in southwestern France on October 15, 2018 in the latest episode of wild weather in Europe, officials said. (Photo by ERIC CABANIS / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - A resident walks past a damaged car on the Trapel river following heavy rains that saw rivers bursting banks on October 15, 2018 in Villegailhenc, near Carcassone, southern France. - At least 13 people died as violent rainstorms turned rivers into raging torrents in southwestern France on October 15, 2018 in the latest episode of wild weather in Europe, officials said. (Photo by ERIC CABANIS / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - An elderly man removes damaged goods from his flooded house on October 15, 2018 in Villegailhenc, after flash floods swamped a number of towns and villages around the fortress city of Carcassonne, southern France. - At least 13 people died as violent rainstorms turned rivers into raging torrents in southwestern France on October 15, 2018 in the latest episode of wild weather in Europe, officials said. (Photo by ERIC CABANIS / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - An aerial view shows a collapsed bridge in the city of Villegailhenc, near Carcassonne, southern France, on October 15, 2018, following heavy rains that saw rivers bursting banks. - At least 13 people died as violent rainstorms turned rivers into raging torrents in southwestern France on October 15 in the latest episode of wild weather in Europe, officials said. Flash floods swamped a number of towns and villages around the fortress city of Carcassonne, leaving a trail of overturned cars, damaged roads and collapsed homes (Photo by SYLVAIN THOMAS / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - An aerial view shows a damaged car in a flooded field in the city of Villegailhenc, near Carcassonne, southern France, on October 15, 2018, following heavy rains that saw rivers bursting banks. - At least 13 people died as violent rainstorms turned rivers into raging torrents in southwestern France on October 15 in the latest episode of wild weather in Europe, officials said. Flash floods swamped a number of towns and villages around the fortress city of Carcassonne, leaving a trail of overturned cars, damaged roads and collapsed homes (Photo by SYLVAIN THOMAS / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - An aerial view taken on October 15, 2018 shows flooded city of Trиbes, near Carcassone, southern France. - Thirteen people have died after severe storms caused flash flooding across wide stretches of southwest France overnight, sweeping away vehicles and swamping homes, the interior ministry's rescue service said. (Photo by SYLVAIN THOMAS / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - An aerial view taken on October 15, 2018 shows flooded field near village of Villemoustaussou, near Carcassone, southern France. - Thirteen people have died after severe storms caused flash flooding across wide stretches of southwest France overnight, sweeping away vehicles and swamping homes, the interior ministry's rescue service said. (Photo by SYLVAIN THOMAS / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - An aerial view taken on October 15, 2018 shows flooded city of Trиbes, near Carcassone, southern France. - Thirteen people have died after severe storms caused flash flooding across wide stretches of southwest France overnight, sweeping away vehicles and swamping homes, the interior ministry's rescue service said. (Photo by SYLVAIN THOMAS / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - An aerial view taken on October 15, 2018 shows a flooded street in the city of Trиbes, near Carcassone, southern France. - Thirteen people have died after severe storms caused flash flooding across wide stretches of southwest France overnight, sweeping away vehicles and swamping homes, the interior ministry's rescue service said. (Photo by SYLVAIN THOMAS / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - An aerial view taken on October 15, 2018 shows a flooded street in the city of Puichйric, near Carcassone, southern France. - Thirteen people have died after severe storms caused flash flooding across wide stretches of southwest France overnight, sweeping away vehicles and swamping homes, the interior ministry's rescue service said. (Photo by SYLVAIN THOMAS / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - An aerial view taken on October 15, 2018 shows a flooded car near the city of Puichйric, southern France. - Thirteen people have died after severe storms caused flash flooding across wide stretches of southwest France overnight, sweeping away vehicles and swamping homes, the interior ministry's rescue service said. (Photo by SYLVAIN THOMAS / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - An aerial view taken on October 15, 2018 shows a flooded road near the city of Puichйric, southern France. - Thirteen people have died after severe storms caused flash flooding across wide stretches of southwest France overnight, sweeping away vehicles and swamping homes, the interior ministry's rescue service said. (Photo by SYLVAIN THOMAS / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - An aerial view taken on October 15, 2018 shows a flooded road near the city of Puichйric, southern France. - Thirteen people have died after severe storms caused flash flooding across wide stretches of southwest France overnight, sweeping away vehicles and swamping homes, the interior ministry's rescue service said. (Photo by SYLVAIN THOMAS / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - An aerial view shows a collapsed bridge in the city of Villegailhenc, near Carcassonne, southern France, on October 15, 2018, following heavy rains that saw rivers bursting banks. - At least 13 people died as violent rainstorms turned rivers into raging torrents in southwestern France on October 15 in the latest episode of wild weather in Europe, officials said. Flash floods swamped a number of towns and villages around the fortress city of Carcassonne, leaving a trail of overturned cars, damaged roads and collapsed homes (Photo by SYLVAIN THOMAS / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - An aerial view taken on October 15, 2018 shows flooded city of Trиbes, near Carcassone, southern France. - Thirteen people have died after severe storms caused flash flooding across wide stretches of southwest France overnight, sweeping away vehicles and swamping homes, the interior ministry's rescue service said. (Photo by SYLVAIN THOMAS / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - An aerial view taken on October 15, 2018 shows a flooded road near the city of Puichйric, southern France. - Thirteen people have died after severe storms caused flash flooding across wide stretches of southwest France overnight, sweeping away vehicles and swamping homes, the interior ministry's rescue service said. (Photo by SYLVAIN THOMAS / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - An aerial view taken on October 15, 2018 shows a flooded area near the city of Puichйric, southern France. - Thirteen people have died after severe storms caused flash flooding across wide stretches of southwest France overnight, sweeping away vehicles and swamping homes, the interior ministry's rescue service said. (Photo by SYLVAIN THOMAS / AFP)
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