Pictures Of Terrible Flood In Pakistan

Pakistan is now facing a very terrible flood.

The flood had killed more than 800 people so far.

More heavy rain is expected and more people will be effected by the flood.

This is a terrible disaster for Pakistan just after a plane crash that killed 152 people.

Roads, bridges, buildings, farms and others are damaged and destroyed by the flood.

A lot of the victims are poor and they lost almost everything.

Some victims are suffering from fever, diarrhea and skin problems.

Please click here for ‘ Terrible Flood In Pakistan Is Getting Worse-Pictures’.

Terrible flood hit Pakistan.
Terrible flood in Pakistan.
Pakistani stranded villagers wait for help at the flood hit village near Nowshera, Pakistan on Thursday, July 29, 2010. Rivers burst their banks during monsoon rains, washing away streets, battering a dam and killing at least 60 people in most severe floods in decades in northwest Pakistan, officials said Thursday. Hundreds of thousands more were stranded as rescue workers struggled to reach far-flung villages. (AP Photo/Mohammad Sajjad)
People cross a damaged portion of a main highway in flood hit area Charsadda, Pakistan on Saturday, July 31, 2010. Flooding in Pakistan has killed more than 800 people in a week, a government official said Saturday as rescuers struggled to reach marooned victims and some evacuees showed signs of fever, diarrhea and other water borne diseases. (AP Photo/Mohammad Sajjad)
An aerial view shows Nowshera city submerged in flood caused by heavy monsoon rains in Pakistan on Friday, July 30, 2010. The death toll in three days of flooding in Pakistan reached over 300 on Friday, rescue and government officials said, as rains bloated rivers, submerged villages, and triggered landslides. (AP Photo/Mohammad Sajjad)
Terrible flood in Pakistan.
Pakistani villagers wade through water after heavy rain fall caused flooding in Nowshera near Peshawar, Pakistan on Thursday, July 29, 2010. Pakistani villagers move into safe place from a flood hit village near Nowshera . Rivers burst their banks during monsoon rains, washing away streets, battering a dam and killing at least 60 people, official said. (AP Photo/B.K.Bangash)
Pakistani villagers move to a safe place from a flood hit village near Nowshera, Pakistan on Thursday, July 29, 2010. Rivers burst their banks during monsoon rains, washing away streets, battering a dam and killing at least 60 people in most severe floods in decades in northwest Pakistan, officials said Thursday. Hundreds of thousands more were stranded as rescue workers struggled to reach far-flung villages. (AP Photo/Mohammad Sajjad)
Pakistani villagers move to a safe place from a flood hit village near Nowshera, Pakistan on Thursday, July 29, 2010. Rivers burst their banks during monsoon rains, washing away streets, battering a dam and killing at least 60 people in most severe floods in decades in northwest Pakistan, officials said Thursday. Hundreds of thousands more were stranded as rescue workers struggled to reach far-flung villages. (AP Photo/Mohammad Sajjad)

China Flooding Kills 701 In Worst Toll In A Decade-Photos

There is a bad flood in China now.

It is a disaster.

701 people were killed by the flood and 347 are missing.

Three quarter of China’s provinces were hit by the flood.

25 rivers have reached record-high water level.

Heavy rain on the hillsides caused lots of landslides.

Lots and lots of houses and buildings were damaged.

The water level at the Three Gorges Dam is at record high.

It is now just 20m below the dam’s maximum capacity.

Three Gorges Dam is the biggest hydro power dam in the world.

The dam is on the Yangtze River.

Yangtze River is the longest river in China.

I think that the people in China must stop doing things that hurt the environment.

They should stop cutting down trees and stop polluting the rivers and the air.

All these make a flood worse.

For more news on flood in China, please click here- ‘China Hit By Typhoon Chanthu-Pictures’.

We have to take care of our Earth as in Micheal Jackson’s ‘Earth Song’.

(100720) -- YICHANG, July 20, 2010 (Xinhua) -- Flood waters are sluiced with the water outflux monitored at 40,000 cubic meters per second at Three Gorges Dam in Yichang, central China's Hubei Province, July 20, 2010. China's Three Gorges Dam project on the Yangtze River stood its biggest flood-control test at 8 a.m. Tuesday since completion, as the flow on the river's upper reaches topped 70,000 cubic meters a second. All ferry services were halted at the Three Gorges Dam on Monday, and would be resumed after the influx decreased to 45,000 cubic meters per second. (Xinhua/Cheng Min) (zgp)
(100720) -- YICHANG, July 20, 2010 (Xinhua) -- Flood waters are sluiced at the Three Gorges Dam, China. (Xinhua/Cheng Min) (zgp)

(100720) -- YICHANG, July 20, 2010 (Xinhua) -- Journalists take photos of the scene of flood discharge at Three Gorges Dam, July 20, 2010. (Xinhua/Cheng Min) (zgp)
The Three Gorges Dam discharges water to lower the level in a reservoir, July 19, 2010.( Reuters/ Stringer)
The Three Gorges Dam discharges water to lower the level in a reservoir, July 19, 2010.( Reuters/ Stringer)
Flood water is released from the Three Gorges Dam's floodgates in Yichang, in central China's Hubei province, Tuesday, July 20, 2010. Rescuers in China were searching Tuesday for 30 people buried in landslides as flood waters from days of heavy rain surged past the Three Gorges Dam, the world's largest. (AP Photo) ** CHINA OUT **
In this photo taken Tuesday, July 13, 2010, rescue workers evacuate villagers trapped by flood waters in Anqing in central China's Anhui province. Parts of China experience annual flooding but this year's rains have been particularly devastating. Storms so far this month have caused economic losses of 22.2 billion yuan ($3.3 billion), the Ministry of Civil Affairs said on its website on Wednesday.(AP Photo)**CHINA OUT**
In this Monday, July 12, 2010 photo, electric poles are damaged and a bulldozer washed away by flood in Tongcheng, in central China's Anhui province. Landslides slammed into three mountain hamlets in western China early Tuesday, killing 17 people and leaving 44 missing, while crews drained a fast-rising reservoir in another part of the country following heavy rains. (AP Photo) ** CHINA OUT **
Chinese rescuers arrive in the flooded Chongqing Municipality. (AFP/AFP)