Wednesday, 16 August 2017

Sad photos of some victims of landslides and flooding in Sierra Leone





Over 300 people died after a mudslide in Regent, near Freetown, Sierra Leone.

The incident happened when a hillside in the Regent collapsed on Monday morning, following a night of heavy rain, sending mud sliding down and covering houses where people were sleeping.

Below is today's report by Humanitarian Affair Officer at UN Iddrisa Conteh:


At Least 250 Bodies Have Been Buried in A Mass Grave in Waterloo

Reports coming from Waterloo say the first batch of 250 decomposed bodies that could not be identified have been buried in a mass grave this evening in Waterloo.

A local journalist in Waterloo working for an FM radio said the bodies were in an advanced decomposition form and could no longer be kept in the congested Connaught hospital morgue.

According to the journalist, a second mass grave has been dug for the remaining corpses in the morgue.

These are some of the photos of the beautiful souls lost to the floods and landslides.

















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