Last Updated: Wednesday, June 27, 2012

100 killed in flood and landslide in Bangladesh

Disaster Report: Flood and landslides in southeast Bangladesh killed 100 people.

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Rescuers searching for bodies under a landslide in Chittagong, Bangladesh; Source AFP
-At least 100 people killed in massive landslide and floods in three southeastern districts of Chittagong, Cox's Bazaar and Bandarban of Bangladesh.
-More than 250,000 people reported to be affected by the floods.
-The army has been deployed to help with search and rescue efforts in the affected hill region of Chittagong.
-All flights in and out of Chittagong's Shah Amanat International Airport have been suspended since Tuesday afternoon.
-Train service between Chittagong and other parts also closed. A railway bridge reported to be collapsed due to a rain-triggered flash flood.
-Following Chittagong meteorological office, 462.5 millimetres of rainfall was recorded as of 9 p.m. local time on Tuesday.
-According to Weather officials, more heavy rain is expected in the next few days.

Bangladeshi troops clear debris in search for survivors and bodies in Chittagong, June 27,2012.
Dhaka Bangladesh weather forecast for today:
Chance of rain: 80%
Wind: SSE at 8 mph
Humidity: 86%

Flood water in Chittagong June 26, 2012; Source Reuters
Floods in Bangladesh in 1998 covered two-third of the Bangladesh by the waters of the Brahmaputra, the Ganges and the Meghna. The floodwaters swallowed 300,000 houses and killed around 2,000 people.
Monsoon floods are common natural disaster in Bangladesh.

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