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Death toll rises to 74 as floods batter Turkey's Black Sea coast

More than 2,300 people have been evacuated since the flash floods erupted in northern Turkey on Wednesday.
Bozkurt flood damage

Seventy-four people are dead and dozens more are missing from severe flooding that has battered Turkey’s Black Sea region for nearly a week, authorities said Monday. 

The heavy rains and flash flooding have killed 62 people since Wednesday in Kastamonu province, 11 in Sinop province and one in Bartin province, the Disaster and Emergency Management Directorate said Monday. 

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