Torrential Rain Turns Streets Into Rivers in Greater São Paulo and Inland

In São Carlos, with about 225,000 inhabitants, footage recorded by residents shows a downpour taking over one of the city's streets.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The rain that left the city of São Paulo in a state of alert for flooding on Thursday afternoon, November 26th, turned streets into rivers in cities of Greater São Paulo and inland.

According to the Fire Department, there were 55 calls for fallen trees in the metropolitan region, with records in Santo André, São Bernardo and Guarulhos. In the capital, there were two calls for landslides and two for flooding cases by 6:07 PM.

In São Carlos, with about 225,000 inhabitants, footage recorded by residents shows a downpour taking . . .

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