Russia floods kill at least 105 in Krymsk area, Krasnodar region

LA Times: At least 105 people died when torrential rains tore through southern Russia, flooding tens of thousands of homes and catching sleeping people by surprise, authorities said Saturday. "They ran out in the night with only with the clothes on their backs. My [parents] were able to save themselves and their passports," Anna Kovalevskaya, whose parents live in Krymsk, tweeted from Moscow. "The city is in panic." Gov. Alexander Tkachev tweeted as he flew over the devastated area that "something unimaginable"......

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