Water bomb over Rome. And the capital goes haywire. A real storm flooded a large part of the city, creating considerable inconvenience in particular in the area of northern Rome where, near Corso Francia, the Fire Brigade helped 40 children and 6 teachers stuck inside the kindergarten. And there is no lack of controversy. “A little while ago in Rome in corso Francia, terrifying. Solidarity with the citizens of the capital”, wrote Matteo Salvini, posting a video with the flooded streets of Rome. “City completely flooded, traffic blocked, trap doors obviously blocked. And as if the intervention of the firefighters weren’t enough to save 40 children stranded in a kindergarten. Unacceptable. Every time, a simple storm in Rome becomes a storm. Enough Rays, enough! “, the words of Luciano Nobili, deputy of Italia Viva. While in a note Andrea De Priamo, group leader of Fdi in the Campidoglio, declares:” Toc toc mayor where are you, what happened to the cleaning of the drains? Today’s storm has folded the capital, inconvenience in all quadrants of the city and streets like rivers in flood. Only from the Cassia to Ponte Milvio 50 interventions by the Local Police, rescued 40 children and 6 teachers who were stuck inside a kindergarten . Rome practically haywire. As Fdi we ask the Rays to come to the Julius Caesar Hall to report on the cleaning of the manholes. We want to know when the last intervention dates back, how many and which were carried out in the last year. “” Once again Rome is flooded in the first storm, with entire neighborhoods paralyzed by the rain, blocked roads and shops and even flooded kindergartens “, says Codacons, which calls into question the municipal administration. “It is not possible for the city to go haywire at the first downpour, with immense inconvenience for citizens and paralysis of the roads – explains the association – today we have witnessed again the consequences of the mismanagement of the capital by the municipality, because of similar inconveniences are recorded when the streets, manholes and drains are not subjected to constant cleaning and maintenance activities. We ask – concludes the Codacons – the mayor Virginia Raggi to communicate to the Romans what her administration has done to avoid today’s inconveniences, and which measures the municipality intends to adopt to prevent Rome from flooding and paralyzing in the first rain as it did today “.