Heavy rains and thunderstorms have caused flash flooding on the central Greek island of Evia, killing at least seven people including a baby.
Fire brigade officials said on Sunday three of the victims, including the baby, were found in the village of Politika. The other four were in the village of Amfithea and the village of Bourtzi in central Evia, northeast of the capital, Athens.
Rescuers were still searching for one missing person. A woman previously reported as missing was found alive and well, the civilian protection agency said.
Authorities had expected 63mm of rain to fall within 24 hours, but the latest confirmed measurement showed 350mm of rain, he said.
Climate change is expected to intensify weather events in Greece where summers are usually dry, experts have said. Thunderstorms are rare but they have become more frequent in recent years.