Venice Underwater with Highest Floodwaters in a Decade

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Two young people died south of Rome when a tree hit the auto they were traveling in, while another person was killed and several injured in the nearby town of Terracina after winds brought down several pine trees.

Falling trees killed two people in their vehicle not far from Rome, a man south of the capital and another in the Naples region, authorities said. In Savona, an elderly woman died after a tornado lashed the northwestern province.

Local authorities said the high tide hit a maximum of 156 centimetres in the early afternoon - the fourth highest level ever recorded.

A man is also missing at sea off Calabria in the southwest, after his boat was discovered empty washed up on the rocks along the coast.

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Some 160,000 households were left without electricity in Belluno and Treviso provinces, according to the regional newspaper Il Gazzettino.

In the northern, canal-ringed city of Venice, rain-soaked tourists were barred from St Mark's Square.

Flooding also impacted the city of Rapello, in the north west, when breakwater walls surrounding the Carlo Riva marina burst, causing water to surge through.

Venice Mayor Luigi Brugnaro said the city's underwater barriers, now still under construction, would have prevented the flooding had they been completed, reports ABC News.

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Elite and amateur runners were forced to trudge through flood waters during the Venice marathon this weekend.

The death toll from fierce storms battering Italy has risen to 11, civil protection authorities said on Tuesday (Oct 30), as wild weather swept parts of Europe, leaving motorists and tourists stranded.

Weather forecasters are warning that the bad weather will continue.

Much of Italy is under flooding alerts due to heavy rains and officials are warning residents to stay indoors as risky winds pose a threat to safety.

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Officials also closed major tourist attractions, including the Colosseum and Roman Forum.