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Corpses washed away from cemeteries by floodwater as Storm Alex kills seven in France and Italy

Bodies were washed away from graveyards as Storm Alex caused demolition, executing at any rate seven individuals in France and Italy

The tempest struck France's Alpes-Maritimes area just as Liguria and Piedmont in Italy, causing far reaching flooding, annihilating property and destroying vehicles. 

ReutersA house in Saint-Martin-Vesubie, southern France, was destroyed by Storm Alex[/caption] EPAStorm Alex likewise left vehicles annihilated and stuck in thick mud in Breil sur Roya, southern France[/caption] AFP or licensorsA French police helicopter reviews the harm done by Storm Alex[/caption] 

Before now, 12 individuals had kicked the bucket yet it has now developed that a portion of those thought to have been killed by the tempest were really bodies that had been in a graveyard and the bodies had been washed away by the floods into Italy. 

Leader Jean Castex said French rescuers were all the while looking for 21 individuals missing. 

Castex said in excess of 900 rescuers, 500 cops and a few soldiers were involved in the emergency operation in the bumpy area, which is home to 12,000 inhabitants. 

ReutersA lady studies the vehicles left accumulated on head of each other in southern France[/caption] AFP or licensorsAn flying perspective on Breil-sur-Roya, a French town near the Italian outskirt, where houses were covered in mud and turned-over vehicles were stuck in the riverbed[/caption] ReutersThis home in Saint-Martin-Vesubie, southern France, appeared to be at risk for collapsing[/caption] 

He included that around 700 individuals were remaining in lodgings or other convenience destinations subsequent to being cleared from their homes. 

French President Emmanuel Macron will visit the region Wednesday, he said. 

A representative for France's Alpes-Maritimes local organization said it was unclear where the bodies had originated from however carcasses uncovered from graveyards had appeared on the Italian side. 

The burial ground cadavers were in such a serious condition of decay that they were plainly recognizable from ongoing tempest casualties, the French representative said. 

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