Dutch Town Inundated Amid Deadly European Flooding

Severe flooding hit Germany, Belgium, and the Netherlands between July 14 and 15, with this footage showing the inundation in the Dutch town of Valkenburg, which was among the worst-hit areas, according to local news.

Around 100 soldiers were deployed to help deal with the chaos, according to local reports.

A Dutch News report said over 400 homes in the town were without electricity.

A code yellow weather warning for heavy rain was issued for most of the Netherlands. Reports from the country said no deaths had been confirmed there. At least 59 people died in Germany. Credit: Danny Lechanteur via Storyful