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Heavy rains in Bolivia killed 8 people and affected more than 36,000 families.

Heavy rains in Bolivia killed 8 people and affected more than 36,000 families.

Recently, Bolivia, a South American country, has been hit by heavy rainfall in many parts of the country, causing severe floods.

Juan Carlos Calvinmontes, deputy minister of civil defense of Bolivia, told the local media on the 16th that natural disasters such as floods

landslides and mudslides caused by heavy rains, killing at least 8 people, missing one person

Affecting 30,457 families to varying degrees, and damaging 6,394 houses.

A large number of farmland and livestock were flooded.

According to statistics, a total of 74 counties and cities in seven Bolivian provinces have suffered from floods, of which Beni Province in the northeast is the hardest hit.

According to local media reports, the Bolivian government has urgently mobilized civil defense officers and soldiers to organize the orderly evacuation of residents in the most affected areas.

Recently, the country’s meteorological department has issued orange and red warnings one after another.

It is expected that the heavy rain will continue, and a new round of rain may affect more parts of the country.

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