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4 Children Died in Massive Landslide in Mizoram

4 Children Died in Massive Landslide in Mizoram

4 Children Died in Massive Landslide in Mizoram. Four children were killed and two others wound Saturday in Aizawl, Mizoram. When a large landslide washed away a structure, police said. They claimed the incident occurred at 9.30 p.m. On Friday in the Thuampui neighborhood in the Bawngkawn police station area. In the city’s northeastern section.

A seven-member family resided in an Assam-style structure. That was Carrie away by a retaining wall that fell due to a landslip exacerbate by rainfall, police said.

Six of the family’s seven members were there at the time of the occurrence, they said.

Four children, ranging in age from three to sixteen, perished instantly. Lalbiakzuala (75), the family’s leader. Fled the rubble and another member is to retrieve alive, police said.

The dead were retrieve from the wreckage during a rescue effort. Which begun shortly after the tragedy by police and local volunteers.

The most recent corpse retrieve is that of a 16-year-old girl who was murdered with her twin sister just after 6 a.m. on Saturday, officials said.

Three inhabitants of another building downstairs managed to flee when they heard the landslide’s tremendous roar.

Rain-induced landslides are quite prevalent in urban areas across the mountainous state of Mizoram, where dwellings are densely packed together. The other family, who lived on the bottom level of the building, was able to flee.

4 Children Died in Massive Landslide in Mizoram

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