Salon.com 2014.08.16 14:47
Binaj Gurubacharya, Associated Press
Topics: From the Wires, News
KATMANDU, Nepal (AP) - Flooding and landslides in western Nepal have killed
at least 54 people and left 142 missing amid continuous rainfall over the
past three days, officials said Saturday.
Ten districts in the area have been flooded, with rescuers recovering 54
bodies, police official Kesh Bahadur Shahi said, adding that the death toll
is expected to rise.
RAINFALL, NEPAL, LANDSLIDE, FLOOD, RESCUER, STRAND, NP, India