Due to the devastating consequences of the flooding that hit Tuscany last week in Campi Bisenzio and heavily affected areas, Civil Protection and volunteers are actively working to clean mud-covered streets and houses. Despite the improvement in weather conditions, the mayor of Campi Bisenzio, Andrea Tagliaferri, decided to close schools of all levels for three consecutive days: November 6th, 7th and 8th. In addition, three red zones have been established in Campi Bisenzio and in the hamlets of Capalle and San Piero a Ponti to facilitate mud removal.
Schools in Prato and Montemurlo will also remain closed on Monday November 6th due to the consequences of the flood.
School closure, all details
In Guglionesi, municipality in the province of Campobasso, schools will remain closed on Monday November 6th due to strong gusts of wind that caused damage to school buildings. The closure is necessary to allow for thorough inspections of facilities and to ensure student safety.
New unrest is poised to overwhelm Italy
Following the rains, a new disturbance occurred in the central-northern region, bringing red and orange warnings due to wind speeds of up to 150 kilometers per hour. In Rome, strong winds caused a tree to fall on tram line 8 on Viale Trastevere. In Fregene, a tornado damaged several houses and caused numerous trees to fall. In Fiumicino, parks and cemeteries will remain closed until the end of the weather-related emergency.
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