|rakshas||Date: Wednesday, 10-September-2014, 4:37 PM | Message # 1|
-- dragon lord--
Group: untoten mage
Emergency workers are trying to reach hundreds of thousands of people in northern India and Pakistan cut off by the worst floods for decades.
Hundreds have died in the disputed Himalayan region of Kashmir.
In the Indian-administered zone the army has been transporting boats by air to evacuate people from the worst affected areas.
Stories are emerging of people being stranded for hours before being rescued by neighbours.
Rescue teams are battling to retrieve hundreds of thousands of people stranded by damaging floods in India and Pakistan.
In Indian-administered Kashmir, the capital Srinagar is submerged with many residents waiting for rescue on rooftops. Reefat Drabu narrowly escaped the flooding while visiting her family home there. She believes the local authorities should have done more to warn people.
Leaders of both countries have offered to help each other provide relief.
Message edited by rakshas - Wednesday, 10-September-2014, 4:39 PM