Piura River Floods Roads in Northern Peru

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Devastating flooding hit parts of Peru in March, resulting in dozens of deaths, billions of dollars’ worth of damage, and the displacement of about 700,000 people, the Weather Channel reported on March 29.

The Piura River burst its banks, and floodwaters approached six feet high in places.

This video, uploaded on March 27, shows streets flooded by the river in the region of Piura. Credit: YouTube/Raquel Ramos via Storyful

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