Corsica braces for more extreme weather after storm kills five

 The French Mediterranean island of Corsica faced more heavy rain on Friday after a violent storm ripped across the region the previous day, resulting in the deaths of at least five people. At least 20 others were injured after the unexpected storm battered Corsica on Thursday, with hail, heavy rain and winds peaking at 224km/h. Two victims were killed by a fallen tree in the camp. Forecasters are predicting worse weather in the near future. On Thursday, Meteo France said a storm "formed by the sea" will hit much of Corsica's west coast between Thursday and Friday nights. Macron's government will respond Meanwhile, French President Emmanuel Macron responded to the crisis by calling an emergency government meeting via video conference late Thursday. Interior Minister Gerald Darmanin said about 350 people were reported missing after the boat capsized during a visit to Corsica, but all were found alive. Eyewitnesses who witnessed storms that destroyed campgrounds, slowed