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Three Killed, Property Damaged After Floods Hit Germany

Heavy rainstorms struck Germany over the weekend.

Cars are parked in a flooded street in Schwäbisch Gmünd, Baden-Württemberg, southern Germany on May 29 after heavy rains hit the country.

Much of Germany and Europe experienced heavy rainstorms over the weekend. Three people are suspected to have died due to the floods in Germany.

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A woman stands amidst the floodwaters at a horse farm in Obernzenn, southern Germany on on May 29.

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Partially submerged cars stand abandoned in a flooded underpass in Oberhausen, Germany on May 30.

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People stand on an avalanche of debris covering a street in Braunsbach, Germany on May 30.

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An elderly man walks his dog amid debris after the floods in Braunsbach on May 30.

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Local residents stand among boulders, smashed trees and other debris in the village center following a furious flash flood the night before, on May 30 in Braunsbach.

No one in Braunsbach was killed.

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An interior of a car is damaged by the floods in Braunsbach on May 30.

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A restaurant is ruined in the floods in Braunsbach. Photo was taken on May 30.

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A man cleans up a partially collapsed house in Braunbach on May 31.

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A man cuts a fallen tree in front of damaged cars after the floods on May 30 in Braunsbach.

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An employee clears flood damage at Intersport Schoell sporting goods store on May 30 in Schwäbisch Gmünd.

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A woman removes dirt from a house in Braunsbach. Kai Pfaffenbach / Reuters

A task force preserves traces around a canal shaft on a mud-covered street in a train station underpass in Schwäbisch Gmünd.

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