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Wed, 21 Feb 2018 15:38 - Updated Wed, 21 Feb 2018 15:37

Luanda flood victims increase

Luanda - Three more people died from electric shock drowning, bringing the death toll from the three-day rains in Luanda to eight.

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Rain floods Luanda/Viana road

Photo: Pedro Parente

On Monday, two children, aged between three and five years old, drowned in the Belo Monte neighborhood (Cacuaco Municipality), said the spokesman for provincial command of

Fire-Fighter Brigade, Faustino Minguês.

Speaking to Angop on Tuesday, the source also quoted a 40 year old man as having gone missing in Belas municipality, after being swept away by floodwater on Monday.

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