Pakistan Army send helicopters for help into affected areas due to flood.
Heavy rains and flash floods hit Pakistan, causing damaged of houses, bridges and even schools in the country, killed 3 people and thousands been affected, Chitral in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province.
As the rain continues, emergency assistance and rescue operation conducted to help flooded areas as well as affected residents.
Surging floods caused widespread destruction, bridges washed away, caused isolation to the valley.
A Pakistani local government spokesman stated, flash floods triggered by monsoon rains in the country’s north have killed at least two people and damaged several homes, roads and bridges.
Continuous rains caused flash floods hit villages and cities across the country. Thus, authorities declared emergency and issue alerts.
Successful relief operation with the help of Pakistan Army, sending helicopters to give rations and help to flood victims in hit areas of Pakistan
Giving of foods with the help of the government as army and the Frontier Corps distributed to flooded areas.
Helicopters dropped some foods and water bottle to residents in affected area, northwestern Chitral valley, Tuesday.
Authorities announced state of calamity after the flash flood in Chitral, and issued flood warning for several adjoining towns and villages, later implemented rescue operation.
More rains for the coming two days in the northeast and northwest of Pakistan expected by Meteorological department forecast.
Provincial disaster management authority, Latif-ur-Rehman Khan says the floods in the northern city of Chitral also damaged a main power station. Rescuers were working to move those stranded to safer places in Chitral, which is located in the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province.
Flood control rooms have been established in all around the country to prevent more damaged as well as preventing from losing more lives.IMAGE/tucson.com