Flooding struck parts of southern France on September 14, with heavy rainfall causing disruptions to transport in the region.
Meteo-France, the country’s meteorological service, issued a red alert for the department of the Gard on Tuesday, and placed nearby departments under orange alerts. According to local reports, more than 7 inches of rain fell in Saint-Dionisy, including more than four inches in the span of an hour.
This footage, shared on Tuesday by emergency services in the Gard, shows pedestrians navigating the flooding near a gas station in Milhaud, France, located in the department. Credit: Sapeurs-pompiers du Gard via Storyful