Italy flooding kills six people in Livorno - Press photo
ROME - 11 September 2017: At least six people have been killed after heavy rainstorms and flooding in the Italian city of Livorno, BBC reported Sunday.
Mayor Filippo Nogarin said that the extent of the flooding was completely unexpected, as only an orange alert was issued.
The city in Tuscany was the worst hit, but weather warnings have been issued for much of the country.
Precautions are being taken in the capital, Rome, where the highest level of alert is in place.