Violent thunderstorms and torrential rains have caused chaos across southern Europe.
In Italy, much of the Sicilian city of Catania was turned into a raging river with strong waters carrying away vehicles. Some 50 litres per square metre of rain fell in just half an hour.
Hundreds of firefighters were scrambled but only one person was injured.
The situation was worse in Greece where one woman died and dozens of commuters were trapped in their cars after a torrential downpour swamped the capital Athens.
Streets turned into rivers as heavy rains swamp Italy & Greece
Video courtesy: youreporter.it Torrential rainfall has caused flooding and disruption in Catania on the Italian island of Sicily, turning downtown streets into rivers, which dragged parked cars, motorcycles, chairs and tables. In Athens on Friday, hours of heavy rainfall also caused extensive flooding, inundating basements and forcing authorities to close major roads and a central metro station.