Flash flooding in parts of Alabama kills at least four, prompts dozens of rescues

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(Reuters) -At least four people were killed in heavy rainfall that inundated parts of Alabama on Wednesday, as flash floods closed roads, swamped homes and prompted dozens of water rescues, authorities said. Flash flooding was blamed for the death of a 4-year-old child in Arab, about 65 miles (105 km) north of Birmingham, the Marshall County Coroner’s Office said early on Thursday. Three more people were found dead in two cars washed off the roads into creeks in the hard hit areas of Marshall and Hoover counties, the news site AL.com reported. About 20 people were rescued from vehicles and mor…

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