At least 1,000 people were evacuated following the flooding in Brescello's hamlet of Lentigione, Tuesday. The Lentigione flooding was reportedly caused by the overflowing of the Enza River as a result of torrential rains in the Emilia Romagna region. Lentigione, a hamlet of the town of Brescello, saw many roads, homes and vehicles submerged in flood waters. Another 1,000 people were reportedly... Еще evacuated as a precautionary measure from the hamlet of Santa Croce di Boretto. The town of Colorno also suffered damage due to the overflowing of the Parma Stream. Members of Italy's Civil Protection and the Interregional Agency for the Po River (AIPo) have been dispatched to the scene.