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RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The heavy downpour that affected the capital of São Paulo on Tuesday, December 10th, caused the flooding of streams and rivers, trees crashing and increased traffic jams.

In Itaquera, in the eastern zone of São Paulo, the Verde river overflowed as a result of the heavy rainfall that affected the neighborhood. In Perus, in the northern region, the Perus Creek flooded, as well as in Tremembé, in the same region, where the Paciência Creek overflowed.

The city's Emergency Management Center (CGE) declared a state of alert in all three locations. The remaining . . .

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