police recover 60 bodies in scenic nepal valley after quake unleashed a mudslidepolice recover 60 bodies in scenic nepal valley after quake unleashed a mudslidepolice recover 60 bodies in scenic nepal valley after quake unleashed a mudslide

by:YEROO     2019-11-08
KATHMANDU, Nepal-
Emergency workers have recovered the bodies of 60 people.
Including nine foreigners.
Nepal\'s earthquake triggered a mudslide that buried a popular village in the scenic Langtang Valley.
Residents of the village said on Tuesday that as many as 200 people may have died in large amounts of dirt and mud during the April 25 earthquake.
\"Mudslides wiped out the whole village.
There are about 60 houses there, but they are all buried under the rubble.
\"It is impossible to recover all the bodies,\" said Gautam Rimar, the top government official in the Rava area . \".
The Lantang Valley, about 60 kilometers north of Nepal\'s capital Kathmandu, is now about two kilometers.
Due to landslides blocking the nearby roads, hiking from the nearest town.
While helicopters are easy to access, there is still a shortage of helicopters due to aid missions across Nepal.
The April 25 earthquake leveled the mountain village in Kathmandu, destroyed buildings and archaeological sites, killing more than 7,500 people and injuring more than 14,000 others.
Authorities say one more
The third resident of Kathmandu has left since the earthquake.
In the first few days, the bus station was packed with people who were afraid of aftershocks or tried to go home to visit relatives in the affected village.
People are still waiting for the bus to leave on Tuesday.
\"I stayed here to help my neighbors and clean up their neighbors,\" Surya Singh said . \" He is at a big bus station.
But now he wants to see the damage to his hometown, and although many roads are still blocked by landslides, he is not sure if he can take the bus all the way.
Police in Kathmandu say nearly 900,000 people have left in the past 10 days.
Population of Kathmandu Valley
Small towns including the city of manhood and lalipur and Bhaktapuris 2. 5 million.
Life in Kathmandu has returned to normal.
Schools will be closed until May 14, but some markets are open and trucks are delivering fresh food every day.
Foreign aid is expected to play an important role in rebuilding this poor country after the earthquake.
On Tuesday, the United States Agency for International Development announced $11 million in emergency housing materials, medical supplies, safe drinking water, improved sanitation and hygiene supplies for the most critical areas.
S. aid agency\'s acting chief executive, Alfonso Lenhart, is visiting the quake.
Disaster areas, and said additional aid brought the United StatesS.
Commitment of approximately $26 million. The U. S.
Aircraft carrying relief supplies and rescue personnel were also dispatched.
Spokesman for the UN Secretary-General-
General Stephen dugaric told reporters that logistics centres are being set up in five other regions to support the delivery of humanitarian assistance.
\"More than 2,000 tons of food have been distributed in 15 areas,\" he said . \".
Dujarric said the World Health Organization said temporary war hospitals were established in five locations in Kathmandu and five locations outside the capital.
Kathmandu, capital of Nepal --
Emergency workers have recovered the bodies of 60 people.
Including nine foreigners.
Nepal\'s earthquake triggered a mudslide that buried a popular village in the scenic Langtang Valley.
Residents of the village said on Tuesday that as many as 200 people may have died in large amounts of dirt and mud during the April 25 earthquake.
\"Mudslides wiped out the whole village.
There are about 60 houses there, but they are all buried under the rubble.
\"It is impossible to recover all the bodies,\" said Gautam Rimar, the top government official in the Rava area . \".
The Lantang Valley, about 60 kilometers north of Nepal\'s capital Kathmandu, is now about two kilometers.
Due to landslides blocking the nearby roads, hiking from the nearest town.
While helicopters are easy to access, there is still a shortage of helicopters due to aid missions across Nepal.
The April 25 earthquake leveled the mountain village in Kathmandu, destroyed buildings and archaeological sites, killing more than 7,500 people and injuring more than 14,000 others.
Authorities say one more
The third resident of Kathmandu has left since the earthquake.
In the first few days, the bus station was packed with people who were afraid of aftershocks or tried to go home to visit relatives in the affected village.
People are still waiting for the bus to leave on Tuesday.
\"I stayed here to help my neighbors and clean up their neighbors,\" Surya Singh said . \" He is at a big bus station.
But now he wants to see the damage to his hometown, and although many roads are still blocked by landslides, he is not sure if he can take the bus all the way.
Police in Kathmandu say nearly 900,000 people have left in the past 10 days.
Population of Kathmandu Valley
Small towns including the city of manhood and lalipur and Bhaktapuris 2. 5 million.
Life in Kathmandu has returned to normal.
Schools will be closed until May 14, but some markets are open and trucks are delivering fresh food every day.
Foreign aid is expected to play an important role in rebuilding this poor country after the earthquake.
On Tuesday, the United States Agency for International Development announced $11 million in emergency housing materials, medical supplies, safe drinking water, improved sanitation and hygiene supplies for the most critical areas.
S. aid agency\'s acting chief executive, Alfonso Lenhart, is visiting the quake.
Disaster areas, and said additional aid brought the United StatesS.
Commitment of approximately $26 million. The U. S.
Aircraft carrying relief supplies and rescue personnel were also dispatched.
Spokesman for the UN Secretary-General-
General Stephen dugaric told reporters that logistics centres are being set up in five other regions to support the delivery of humanitarian assistance.
\"More than 2,000 tons of food have been distributed in 15 areas,\" he said . \".
Dujarric said the World Health Organization said temporary war hospitals were established in five locations in Kathmandu and five locations outside the capital.
Kathmandu, capital of Nepal --
Emergency workers have recovered the bodies of 60 people.
Including nine foreigners.
Nepal\'s earthquake triggered a mudslide that buried a popular village in the scenic Langtang Valley.
Residents of the village said on Tuesday that as many as 200 people may have died in large amounts of dirt and mud during the April 25 earthquake.
\"Mudslides wiped out the whole village.
There are about 60 houses there, but they are all buried under the rubble.
\"It is impossible to recover all the bodies,\" said Gautam Rimar, the top government official in the Rava area . \".
The Lantang Valley, about 60 kilometers north of Nepal\'s capital Kathmandu, is now about two kilometers.
Due to landslides blocking the nearby roads, hiking from the nearest town.
While helicopters are easy to access, there is still a shortage of helicopters due to aid missions across Nepal.
The April 25 earthquake leveled the mountain village in Kathmandu, destroyed buildings and archaeological sites, killing more than 7,500 people and injuring more than 14,000 others.
Authorities say one more
The third resident of Kathmandu has left since the earthquake.
In the first few days, the bus station was packed with people who were afraid of aftershocks or tried to go home to visit relatives in the affected village.
People are still waiting for the bus to leave on Tuesday.
\"I stayed here to help my neighbors and clean up their neighbors,\" Surya Singh said . \" He is at a big bus station.
But now he wants to see the damage to his hometown, and although many roads are still blocked by landslides, he is not sure if he can take the bus all the way.
Police in Kathmandu say nearly 900,000 people have left in the past 10 days.
Population of Kathmandu Valley
Small towns including the city of manhood and lalipur and Bhaktapuris 2. 5 million.
Life in Kathmandu has returned to normal.
Schools will be closed until May 14, but some markets are open and trucks are delivering fresh food every day.
Foreign aid is expected to play an important role in rebuilding this poor country after the earthquake.
On Tuesday, the United States Agency for International Development announced $11 million in emergency housing materials, medical supplies, safe drinking water, improved sanitation and hygiene supplies for the most critical areas.
S. aid agency\'s acting chief executive, Alfonso Lenhart, is visiting the quake.
Disaster areas, and said additional aid brought the United StatesS.
Commitment of approximately $26 million. The U. S.
Aircraft carrying relief supplies and rescue personnel were also dispatched.
Spokesman for the UN Secretary-General-
General Stephen dugaric told reporters that logistics centres are being set up in five other regions to support the delivery of humanitarian assistance.
\"More than 2,000 tons of food have been distributed in 15 areas,\" he said . \".
Dujarric said the World Health Organization said temporary war hospitals were established in five locations in Kathmandu and five locations outside the capital.
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