Fortunate Escape For 66 Folk? Search for Missing Flood Victims in Attapeu Officially Ends

Sixty-six fortunate folk have been located alive as the Lao government task force headed by the Deputy PM reported 34 confirmed dead, 31 missing and another six post-flood disaster-related fatalities in Attapeu in final figures cited by to the nation’s news media Thursday.The search for the remains of victims from the ...

Laotian Times

Remains of another flood victim recovered, officials confirm 

Sanamxay district, Attapeu province: Officials in charge of dealing with the rescue mission in the search for missing victims devastated by the dam collapse at the Xe-Pian Xe-Namnoy hydropower plant in Sanamxay district of Attapeu province announced they located the remains of another deceased victim on ...

Bounfaeng Phaymanivong

Rescuers battle to search for 131 remaining missing: PM 

Rescuers are battling to search for 131 villagers still missing since Monday night after the fracture of  Xe Pian Xe Namnoy hydropower flooding villages in Attapeu province, Prime Minister Thongloun Sisoulith has said.More ...

Vientiane Times

Health authorities rally emergency assistance for Attapeu flood victims

Medical emergency teams from central hospitals, health officials, and provincial volunteers are working hard to help local people affected by the Attapeu flooding to ensure they stay healthy. Although flood-hit communities have received some assistance from provincial authorities, donors and NGOs, many families still need ...

Vientiane Times

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