Tropical Storm Claim Lives in Malawi

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At least 60 bodies have been recovered in Malawi’s Blantyre after Tropical Storm Freddy hit southern Africa for the second time in a month.

Police spokesman, Peter Kalaya, said people have being carried away by running waters, and buildings collapsing.

Kalaya added that relentless rain and strong winds have hampered overstretched emergency teams in the country’s southern and central regions, which are worst affected.

Written by: Helen Obih

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