Rescuing Victims Of China’s Latests Disaster-Mudslides

Terrible mudslides, land slides and flash floods hit northwest China on Sunday.

In China’s Gansu province, entire villages were buried in water, mud, and rocks.

At least 127 people were killed and at least 1300 were missing.

About 45,000 people have been evacuated.

Reports said that 88 people were injured.

Rescuing victims in the hardest-hit Zhouqu county was really hard.

Streets were covered with mud as thick as two metres (yards) in some spots.

Cars and homes were buried in mud and debris while roads and bridges were destroyed.

The landslides swept mud, houses, cars and other debris into a river running through Zhouqu.

The Bailong River was blocked and the overflowed water flooded the valley.

The town was covered with mud and water.

Demolitions experts set off three sets of charges to clear debris that blocked the river.

Rescuers and residents walk on a road covered by rocks and mud near a collapsed building after a mudslide triggered by heavy rains in Zhouqu county, in northwest China's Gansu province, Monday, Aug. 9, 2010. Rescuers searched Monday for an estimated 1,300 people left missing after rubble-strewn floodwaters tore through a remote corner of northwestern China, just one of a series of flood disasters across Asia that have plunged millions into misery. (AP Photo) ** CHINA OUT **
People on a second-floor balcony help pull a woman who tried to reach the lower floor, partially buried in mud, to fetch belongings after a mudslide triggered by heavy rains in Zhouqu county, in northwest China's Gansu province, Monday, Aug. 9, 2010. (AP Photo) ** CHINA OUT **
Rescuers clinging on a rope-tied makeshift float search for victims in a flooded area after heavy rains triggered a mudslide in Zhouqu county, Sunday, Aug. 8, 2010. (AP Photo) ** CHINA OUT **
Rescuers search for victims on a road covered by mud after heavy rains triggered a mudslide in Zhouqu county, Sunday, Aug. 8, 2010. (AP Photo) ** CHINA OUT **
Rescuers searching for victims after mudslide hit China.

This is China’s latest disaster in 2010.

China was also hit by the worst flooding in a decade.

This tragedy happened just a few days after terrible flash floods and mudslides hit Kashmir.

Rescuers search for victims on a road covered by mud after heavy rains triggered a mudslide in Zhouqu county, in northwestern China's Gansu province, Sunday, Aug. 8, 2010. (AP Photo) ** CHINA OUT **
Buildings destroyed in Sunday's China's mudslide.

Terrible Flood In Pakistan Is Getting Worse-Pictures

The flooded village of Kot Addu in Punjab, August 4, 2010. (Reuters/ Stringer Photo)

The terrible flood in Pakistan is getting worse.

More than 1500 people were killed and over 3.2 million people effected by the flood.

Now Punjab is badly hit by the flood.

Water was so high, only treetops and uppermost floors of some buildings were visible in large tracts of Kot Addu and the nearby area of Layyah in the south of the province.

The flood is spreading to other areas in Pakistan too.

And more heavy rains are expected in the next few days.

More rain can cause more flood.

And there are lots of bad germs in the dirty flood water.

The flood victims are facing lots of waterborne diseases such as cholera, diarrhea and skin problems.

A lot of the flood victims don’t have clean water, enough food and medicine to fight the diseases.

More people will die especially the children.

The United Nations said that this is a terrible humanitarian disaster.

I think we should help the flood victims because the situation will get even worse if  we do not help them.

Pakistan army soldiers pass a baby across a water course as they help people flee from their flooded village following heavy monsoon rains in Taunsa near Multan, Pakistan, on Sunday, Aug. 1, 2010. The death toll from massive floods in northwestern Pakistan rose to 1,100 Sunday as rescue workers struggled to save more than 27,000 people still trapped by the raging water.(AP Photo/Khalid Tanveer)
Villagers stand on a rooftop as their house collapsed following floods in Taunsa near Multan, Pakistan on Sunday, Aug. 1, 2010.(AP Photo/Khalid Tanveer)
Pakistani villagers pull their belongings through deep floodwater on the outskirt of Dera Ghazi Khan, Pakistan on Wednesday, Aug. 4, 2010. This year's monsoon season has prompted the worst flooding in Pakistan in living memory and already killed more than 1,500 people, official said. (AP Photo/Sheikh Saleem Raza)
A flood victim in Nowshera, Pakistan. ( Photo by AFP)
Flood victims crossing a bridge in Peshawar, Pakistan. (Photo by AFP)
People affected by heavy flooding shift their households on a make-shift raft in Dera Ghazi Khan, Pakistan on Monday, Aug. 2, 2010. The government has deployed thousands of soldiers and civilian rescue workers to save an estimated 28,000 people trapped by the floodwaters, distribute food and collect the bodies of the victims. (AP Photo/Shiekh Saleem Raza)

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)