Parents of a young girl who is recovering from a severe bout of febrile fever are warning that the “fantastastic flooding” in France is coming.
The girl was diagnosed with the illness last week and is currently in a critical condition, the local government of Seine-Saint-Denis said Thursday.
She is currently receiving the first-line treatment, which involves taking her temperature twice a day.
A second line of treatment is being administered this week.
French media outlets have reported that the girl is in a serious condition.
Seine, located in the northwest of the country, is the capital of the Brittany region, which includes Brittany and the Seine River Valley.
It is about 40 kilometers (25 miles) southeast of Paris and 80 kilometers (50 miles) southwest of the French city of Bordeaux.
The city of Seignes is about 80 kilometers south of Seigne.
Seigns has about 30,000 residents.
The region was once a stronghold for the French monarchy, which is now largely in ruins, but Seignues has been hit hard by climate change.
The population of the region is shrinking.
According to the United Nations, it is the second-most populated region of France after the capital.