Deadly storms have battered Italy with 110mph winds and flash flooding killing at least 11 people.
Among the victims was a woman who was buried by a landslide and a 61-year-old man who was swept away from his car by the ferocious flood waters in the north of the country.
The killer storms have lashed Italy for two days in succession resulting in some of its most famous landmarks being closed and forcing tourists in Venice to wade through knee-high waters.
Many of the deaths were caused by trees crashing down on cars and crushing pedestrians while two surfers lost their lives.
The victim killed by a landslide was found buried by mud in her home near Trento in northern Italy while a man who was slammed against rocks while windsurfing in Emilia-Romagna.
In Veneto, in northeast Italy, authorities found a man, 61, whose body had been swept more than a half a mile away from his car.
Some of the deaths were caused by falling trees after 110mph winds battered the country. Read more