Destructive cataclysm, a city drowned due to dam breach, 11,309 people died, 21 thousand people feared dead.
Nearly 21 thousand people are feared dead due to devastating floods in Libya. Amidst this devastating cataclysm, the danger of epidemic is also increasing in the country and the world, more than 11,309 deaths have occurred due to dam breaking and flooding in coastal areas, a large number of houses and buildings have been destroyed due to floods. The administration there is busy controlling the situation.
The Libyan government informed about the dam breaking. 11,309 people are reported to have died due to the dam breaking causing flooding in the coastal areas. This can also increase the death toll to 21,000. 11,309 people are confirmed dead.
In the last one week, due to a storm in the Mediterranean Sea, there was heavy rain in the coastal area, during this time the water level was rising due to which the dam broke. Due to the break of the dam, high water waves in Derna city buried the entire population under the soil. Gave pressure. Within a few hours, the death toll has reached 11,309, which has been confirmed. More than 10,000 people are still missing. The missing people are being searched continuously but as of now the chances of their being alive appear to be low. Dead bodies are being found in large numbers.
According to media reports, a large number of houses and buildings have been damaged by the flood. The government administration is trying to control this situation. Also, a number of Doctors Without Borders are engaged in relief work. A large number of dead bodies were found on Friday. A large number of dead bodies buried in the mud were also taken out from the sea.
About 156 people suffered from diarrhea in Derna.
Media reports claim. Burial of dead bodies is a big challenge in flood affected areas. The foul smell started spreading from the dead bodies buried in mud and debris, due to which there is suspicion of increase in other diseases. The head of Libya’s disease control department informed the media that about 156 people have suffered from diarrhea in Derna.