Nepal floods: Elephants deployed in rescue efforts

Nepal floods: Elephants deployed in rescue efforts
 

Dozens of elephants and rafts have been deployed to rescue nearly 500 people trapped by floods in a popular resort in southern Nepal, officials say.
Several hotels in Sauraha, in Chitwan district, have been inundated, trapping the tourists, many of them foreigners.
The floods and landslides caused by torrential rains have killed at least 49 people across the country.
The Red Cross says 100,000 people have been affected, with communications and electricity cut off in many areas.
Pictures showed collapsed bridges and roads submerged or covered by debris from landslides, hampering the rescue... read more

 
13 August 2017 in World News, Views: 50
Source: BBC
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