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The death toll from flooding in central Europe has climbed to 10, after Poland's Interior Minister said two more people have died in his country's southwestern region.
The rampaging waters have struck an area near the borders of Poland, Germany, and the Czech Republic. Poland's worst-hit location is the town of Bogatynia.
The Neisse River has flooded several roads and villages there. Hundreds of people were evacuated by rescue workers in rubber boats.
Many have been left without electricity and running water.
Meanwhile, a state of emergency has been declared in some parts of central Serbia, after hailstorms and heavy rainstorms hit two towns. Eyewitnesses reported seeing hailstones as big as eggs.
- Poland struggles against floods 2010-06-07