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These are external links and will open in a new window Close share panel Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionIn La Plata alone, 50 people are known to have died Emergency workers in Argentina continue to try to rescue residents stranded by flooding in Buenos Aires and La Plata.
More than 50 people are known to have died after one of the heaviest storms recorded caused flash floods. Thousands were evacuated from their homes and dozens are still stranded on rooftops, treetops and the roofs of city buses, local media report.
The government has declared three days of national mourning after what it called "an unprecedented catastrophe". Provincial officials said 40cm 16in of rain fell on the city of La Plata in the space of 2013 argentina floods hours late on Tuesday night. Earlier, the storm had dumped 15cm of rainfall on the capital, Buenos Aires.
Local officials said at least 48 people were killed in La Plata, six in Buenos Aires and two in its suburbs.
The Red Cross said most of the victims had been elderly people who drowned in their homes. So far, only half of the bodies have been identified and rescue workers fear the number of dead may rise as more bodies are found as the flood waters recede.
Fear of looting Firefighter Federico Langone said in some areas of La Plata, the flood waters had reached a height of 1.
Image caption The president visited some of the worst affected areas More than 3, people had to leave their homes and 80, still do not have electricity, with two of La Plata's hospitals also affected by the power cuts.
On Wednesday night, some of La Plata's residents set up roadblocks to "protect their neighbourhoods from looters".
President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner on Wednesday visited Tolosa, the worst affected neighbourhood of La Plata, where she grew up and where her mother still lives. Ms Fernandez acknowledged residents' fears and promised to increase security.
Before her arrival, dozens of people had looted a supermarket. Three police officers were injured in scuffles with people trying to break into two other supermarkets. Officials said extra police officers and soldiers would be deployed to La Plata.
Clean-up In Buenos Aires, where the rains had been at their worst overnight Monday to Tuesday, the floods have begun to recede and residents have started the clean-up. Damp clothes and furniture were piled by roadsides as neighbours assessed the damage to their homes.
Mayor Mauricio Macri said aboutpeople had been affected by the torrents of rain. Hundreds are still in shelters. Pope Francis, an Argentine, has called on the authorities to step up their assistance to those left homeless by the storm. The Pope sent a telegram to his newly appointed successor as Buenos Aires Archbishop, Mario Poli, saying he was praying for those who died, their families and survivors of the disaster.Between 1 and 3 April , the northeastern section of Buenos Aires Province, Argentina, experienced several flash floods that claimed the lives of people.
Greater La Plata was hardest hit with 91 reported deaths,  and Greater Buenos Aires reported 10 deaths. Apr 04, · BUENOS AIRES — Record flash floods in Argentina have killed at least 54 people this week, officials said on Wednesday, destroying thousands of homes and renewing tensions as politicians blamed.
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That’s why we’ve compiled the biggest stories of the year—not only are they fascinating, they’re likely to shape the rest of Argentina Argentinian rescuers search for bodies after devastating floods Dozens have been killed and more than , left without power after torrential rain in Buenos Aires and La Plata.
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