Floods in Russia kills over 100

  • A man walks in a flooded street in the Black Sea resort of Gelendzhik, southern Russia, Saturday, July 7, 2012. AP
  • Torrential rains dropped nearly a foot of water in the Black Sea region of southern Russia overnight, unleashing intense flooding that killed over a hundred people and forced many to scramble out of their beds for refuge in trees and on roofs, officials said Saturday. AP
  • A local resident stands at a flooded house in Gelendzhik. AP
  • A flooded sreet in Gelendzhik. AP
  • People walk in a muddy street after flooding in Gelendzhik. AP
  • A woman walks in a muddy street after flooding in Gelendzhik. AP
  • Local residents clean up after the flooding in Gelendzhik. AP
  • A part of mannequin destroyed by the floods in Gelendzhik. AP
  • A bridge destroyed by flooding in Gelendzhik. AP
  • People light candles in memory of victims of the flood in Krasnodar region outside the office of the Representation of Krasnodar region in Moscow. AP
  • A flower placed in memory of victims of the flood in Krasnodar region outside the office of the Representation of Krasnodar region in Moscow. AP
  • People get water on a street in Krimsk, about 750 miles south of Moscow. AP
  • Emergency situation ministry workers carry boxes with food for local citizens in Krimsk. AP

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