This is the worst storm in 200 years in Norway.
Houses have been swept away after more than 170mm of rainfall in 48 hours in the south-west near Eigersund.
Houses have been swept away during a huge storm that is currently battering Norway since two days.
On the southern parts of the country more than 170mm rain fell within 48 hours. Even a bridge has collapsed:
This is the worst flooding to hit Norway since 1897.
The heavy storm and torrential rains have flooded roads, uprooted trees, immersed many houses and triggered at least 30 mudslides and rockslides.
100 homes in the south-western town of Eigersund have been evacuated.