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|11-20-2014, 05:15 AM||#1|
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MV Agusta factory flooded
Damage to MV plant after rising water levels in Lake Varese
THE MV Agusta factory has been flooded after heavy rain saw water levels of a nearby lake rise by almost a metre.
Sat on the edge of Lake Varese, the factory has suffered damage to its R&D, racing, and testing facilities.
Production has been halted due to electrical hazards and the firm has already sent home over 100 employees.
The extent of the damage is unclear but unlikely to worsen, with sunny dry weather forecast up until next Tuesday.
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