The woman died due to heavy rains that flooded most of Greece (video)

One woman died in western Macedonia when a cyclone from the western Mediterranean hit Greece on Saturday with torrential rains and a violent hurricane.

Firefighters found the body of a 55-year-old woman who went missing Saturday night when heavy rain flooded the Skotina area in Pieria prefecture. The body was found 1.5 kilometers from her car on Sunday morning.

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According to local website, the pediatrician tried to cross the flooded stream of Zliana, and her car was carried away by the stormy waters. She is survived by three children. The state broadcaster ERT reported that despite the flooded stream, the authorities did not close the road to traffic.

Unprecedented rainfall

Heavy rain fell on Saturday morning, flooding houses and shops in western and central Greece for 24 hours, destroying bridges and mobilizing authorities to evacuate people from their homes.

At the Villa Komma near Lamia in central Greece, elderly people were transported from flooded houses on the shoulders of their rescuers.

In Serres in northern Greece, hurricane winds swept away rooftops, uprooted trees, and brought down electrical poles. A barn with an area of ​​200 sq.m. the machine room of the municipality was demolished and fell in the middle of the road in the village.

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In Aitoloakarnania, western Greece, the stormy waters of the Evinos River covered a railway bridge at the height of Evinochori.

An adjacent road bridge on the old national road Antirio-Ioannina collapsed and traffic was stopped.

Winds up to 10 on the Beaufort scale blow along the Athenian Riviera.

Video: Saturday afternoon in Flizvos (Paleo Faliro)

The fire service received more than 450 requests for help and assistance.

In Achaia, western Peloponnese, EMAK rescuers managed to get a man and two of his dogs to safety from a flooded house.

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