Flood hits Sierra Leone’s capital

Heavy rains in Freetown, the capital of the West African country of Sierra Leone, caused flooding and landslides. While many houses and businesses were flooded in the floods, streets and streets turned into a lake. In the landslide that occurred as a result of heavy rains, 2 houses remained under the ground. While search and rescue efforts were initiated in the region, local sources stated that there were a total of 3 people in 2 houses. No casualties or injuries have been reported yet in the flood and landslide disaster.

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