Six killed as heatwave causes avalanche in northeastern Italy

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At least six people were killed and eight wounded on Sunday when a large block of ice broke off a mountain in northeastern Italy amid a record-breaking heatwave.

The mass of ice came loose, causing a deadly avalanche, from the Marmolada mountain, the highest in the Italian Dolomites, at around 1pm on Sunday, according to the guard who sounded the alarm.

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