Wednesday, 14 June 2017

Landslides kills over134 people in Bangladesh with families buried alive as they slept in their homes




Landslides kills over134 people in Bangladesh with families buried alive as they slept in their homes

Landslides once oppressive monsoon rains in southeastern Bangladesh have killed at least 134 people.

AFP reports that the remote Rangamati region was hardest hit by the pre-start landslides, following at least 98 deaths. Many of the victims in the hilly district lived in poor tribal communities, and were buried in their homes even though sleeping.
Rangamati district administrator Manzurul Mannan told the news agency that "the death toll might rise" and Bangladeshi officials confirm that at least 30 others were killed in Chittagong, though six died in easy to do to Bandarban district.

Emergency workers are yet bothersome to obtain your hands on some affected areas where phone and transport connections have been disrupted.axiom 





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