Landslide Disaster in Venezuela: 25 Dead, 52 Missing
The number of people who lost their lives in the landslide that occurred due to heavy rain in the city of Las Tejerias, located in the south of Caracas, the capital of Venezuela, has reached 25. 52 people are still missing.
The El Pato River, which overflowed due to heavy rain in the city of Las Tejerias in Caracas, the capital of Venezuela, caused a landslide along with the flood.
It has been reported that 25 people have lost their lives in the landslide disaster so far, and 52 people are still missing.
While it was stated that some houses were destroyed and dragged in the landslide disaster, it was announced that the emergency teams were working to rescue the missing people.
Venezuelan Vice President Delcy Rodriguez said that in eight hours, a month of rain had fallen and the water pumps powering the drinking water system had been swept away by the floodwaters.