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In Photos: Moscow Partially Flooded By Torrential Rainfall

Parts of Moscow were flooded due to heavy rainfall on Thursday, disrupting public transport and submerging cars and homes across the Russian capital.

The rains caused one of the city's rivers, the Yauza, to overflow near Aqueduct Park in northeastern Moscow.

Muscovites could be seen navigating through thigh-deep water, while ducks from the Yauza swam along pedestrian paths, local media reported.

In the Moscow suburb of Shchyolkovo, two people were reportedly killed by a fallen tree.

The Moscow region has been hit by three “abnormally” rainy days in a row, with some districts in the capital receiving nearly a month's worth of rain, the Phobos weather center said.

Here is a look at scenes from the flooding: