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Children buried by landslide Nepal

KATHMANDU – A landslide in Nepal, claimed the lives of eight children and a woman. Two houses were in the area Bheri buried by falling rock, post newspaper Kathmandu Post. The minor victims were between three and twelve years old.

The authorities say that the assistance to slow you down by persistent rainfall and mudslides in the area. Archive view.

Rescue workers were able to after an hour and a half a man alive from the rubble. He told the newspaper that he was at the time of the landslide with his wife was standing in the kitchen. The children were currently studying. “We heard suddenly a hard bang. Our house was very quickly buried. I don’t know what happened after that.”

A neighbour complained that the emergency services until an hour and a half after the first message arrived, while 200 metres away a police station is. As a result opportunities are missed to victims alive from the rubble. The authorities say that the assistance to slow you down by persistent rainfall and mudslides in the area.

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