Mudslides struck the picturesque vacation area of Lake Como, Italy, Tuesday after storms wrecked havoc nearby.
Firefighters conducted more than 60 rescues but no deaths or injuries were reported, according to the Associated Press.
The town of Brienno on the lake’s western shore was hit the hardest. There, 50 residents were trapped in a building when a landslide caused a gas leak. Photos show major damage to homes and vehicles in Laglio, where landslides sent debris cascading into buildings and roads.
The storms triggered floods as well. In Cernobbio an apartment building was threatened by floods and evacuated by fire crews.
Click through the slideshow above to see photos of the damage in Lake Como.
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