Floods in Germany: Could loss of life have been prevented? | DW News
Four days after torrential rains triggered deadly floods in western Germany, survivors have now turned their focus toward the daunting task of rebuilding. But with emergency services still busy looking for bodies and securing vital infrastructure, many residents are left to seek help from volunteers - or go it alone. And many are wondering if authorities could have done more to warn communities about the coming deluge.
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