Several hundred new Maseratis burned down in the Italian port city on Tuesday after the flood caused by rising water levels at sea. According to reports, the fire provoked sea water, flooded the port of Savona (Liguria region, Italy) and a parking lot. Salt water has infiltrated car batteries, causing explosions and fire, the local newspaper The Local Italy reported. Most of the cars destroyed by the flame turned out to be completely new Maserati. Several hundred cars were stored in the terminal, awaiting shipment to the Middle East. However, not only they suffered: trucks and other vehicles parked in the parking lot were also destroyed by the flames. Currently in the region of Liguria, the danger level is red, so that extreme weather conditions can recur.
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