A bus gets caught in heavy rain in the southern Swedish city of Malmo on Sunday - forcing rescue workers to evacuate passengers.
Malmo
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"It was very unpleasant. There was water everywhere and you couldn't even see the seats anymore," says Ola Hansson who was evacuated from the bus.

Torrential rain hammered Sweden's third largest city in less than one hour, bringing traffic to a standstill.

As some make their way to dry land others are being told to stay home.

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