Today 1st November, Nice Matin reported that 50 inhabitants at Villeneuve-Loubet were evacuated because of the risk of flooding. Part of Cagnes sur Mer was also affected.
According to the Riviera Radio website "Authorities are surveying the banks of the rivers Loup and Cagne. In the Grasse area, six properties have been cut off on the chemin du Pilon de la Malle by a landslide. Several hundred tonnes of mud have fallen onto the road and residents have no landline telephones.
The area has had a lot of flood and sea storm damage this year starting on the 1st January, then later on the 4th May and June when flash floods killed at least 19 people.
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