Trees fall amid Austria landslide
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Austria landslides amid heavy rain

An unusual amount of rainfall has caused a number of landslides in Austria.

In Salzburg, saturated soil caused a section of forest to slide down a bank into the road below.

Local geologist Gerald Valentin described a "cracking" sound as the trees collapsed.

Meanwhile in Styria, four people were evacuated when mud buried one home's terrace.

  • 08 Jan
  • From the section Europe
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