River Seine reaches 34-year high as rainfall continues in N France

The swollen Paris river reached its highest level since 1982 and is set to rise further late Friday, with evacuations planned for sites west of the capital.

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Floodwaters in Paris continue to rise with the River Seine due to hit a peak of up to 6.5 metres (21ft) later on Friday, reports BBC News.