Stella Dimoko Mudslide Buries Hundreds In Sierra Leone


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Tuesday, August 15, 2017

Mudslide Buries Hundreds In Sierra Leone

More than 300 people were killed when a mudslide struck the outskirts of Sierra Leone’s capital Freetown Monday, sweeping away homes.

The Red Cross said at least 205 bodies had been taken to the central morgue in Freetown. Police and military personnel were at the scene in the mountain town of Regent searching for people trapped in the debris.

Houses were submerged in mud after a night of heavy rain that saw a hillside in the Regent area collapse, with roads described by witnesses as being turned into "churning rivers of mud".

Vice-President Victor Foh told Reuters at the scene: “It is likely that hundreds are lying dead underneath the rubble.” He said a number of illegal buildings had been erected in the area.
“The disaster is so serious that I myself feel broken,” he said. “We’re trying to cordon the area. Evacuate the people.”

-Edited from The Telegraph


  1. So sad
    God please save us! Too many natural disasters.

  2. OMG!

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  3. This is really sad and unfortunate. Sigh

  4. Lord of mercy....i just saw the video of the mudslide

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  6. Tear drops😭😭😭😭😭😭😭.God pls rest their souls

  7. Oh God! May their souls rest in peace. What a tragedy.

  8. End times
    Lord have mercy


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