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After the storm in Esperanza
Argentina

A sunny morning got transformed into night, 100 km/h winds and 35-40 mm of rain falled by 10 minutes. Moments after the sun came out again: there was still water on the streets.

This take shows a tree that colapsed over a street light taking my phone cable with it.

Copyright: Marcelo botta
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Caricate: 20/04/2010
Aggiornato: 01/09/2014
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Tags: storm; tree; rain
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