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EU provides €80,000 in Humanitarian Assistance To Flood Victims

According to report from the Directorate for European Civil Protection and Humanitarian Aid Operations, on 20th August 2019, in response to the floods in Freetown earlier this month, the European Union is providing €80,000 in humanitarian funding to assist those most affected. This EU funding will support the Red Cross …

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Wellington Residents Experienced Mini Mudslides

Fence collapsed as a result of the flooding Yesterday was a sombre day for us at Council as many of our residents were affected by flooding and four people lost their lives. Mayor of Freetown noting the depth of the water during the flooding Mayor Aki-Sawyerr visited Water Street, Wellington, …

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John O’Bey Bridge After The Flooding

It looks terrible! With the soft dirt exposed rain will further compromise the structure and making it susceptible to further cracks and possibly collapse. With the heavy sand trucks and more rain. It is an accident waiting to happen Photos courtesy of Greg van der hurst

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NO IMMEDIATE HELP For DISTRESS CALL At Sea

Breaking News: The Director of Safety at the Sierra Leone Maritime Administration says they have received distress calls from local passenger boats amid the heavy rain but that they can’t go to the rescue because the condition is terrible at sea. Ibrahim Wurie said they advised them to anchor anywhere …

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