Nightly News   |  June 03, 2013

German town hit by worst flooding in centuries

Flood waters continue to rise in Europe, Austria, Germany and The Czech Republic have been hit hardest with thousands forced to flee their homes. The River Danube is among the rivers that have burst its banks and there are worries of flooding in Hungary and Slovakia. The flooding follows a downpour in which two months-worth of rain fell in just two days. ITV’s Fatima Manji reports.

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