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Five hikers died in the Italian gap

ROME – at least five walkers for life after they were swept away by rising water in the south of Italy. The victims were located in a ravine in Calabria. Did heavy rains the water in a river to rise, messages to Italian media.

The group would be surprised by the storm. Some people in the gap were self-reported to be in safety. The authorities have a helicopter deployed to a child with chills to the hospital.

The gap at the municipality of Civita is in part due to the impressive rock formations popular among the tourists. It is still unclear how many people in total in the ravine were in when the water began to rise. A spokeswoman for the civil protection could say nothing about possible missing persons.

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