Heavy flooding in Afghanistan kills 24 people in 2 days

Heavy flooding in Afghanistan killed at the very least 24 people and injured 11 others in the previous 48 hours as a brand new wave of heavy rains swept components of the nation, Afghan officers mentioned Saturday.

The flooding affected six of Afghanistan’s 34 provinces, together with the capital, Kabul, based on the Ministry for Catastrophe Administration and Humanitarian Affairs.

Round 500 people had been rescued in central Bamyan province’s Sheber district.

Nationwide, floods destroyed over 220 properties and partially broken 116 extra over the previous two days.

Heavy snowfall throughout Afghanistan this winter had reduce off many areas. To this point this yr, round 150 people have died as heavy rains and flooding swept away properties in completely different provinces.

 

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