In recent times, disasters have occurred frequently all over the world. Recently, 11 members of a Panamanian family slept at home. Unexpectedly, the house they lived in was submerged by flooding, and the whole family died overnight.
According to foreign media reports on August 10, this tragedy occurred in Carlo Vibola, a coastal town in Vilaguas Province, Panama. On Sunday (August 9th) local time, 11 members of a family died while sleeping when their house was flooded.
Local officials said that a river in the province of Veraguas flooded after heavy rains, and the coastal town of Carlo Vibola was submerged.
Carlos Rembo, head of the Panamanian National Civil Defense Department, confirmed the news. He said that nine of the victims were minors and two adults. Rembo said: "In Carlo Vibola, 11 people in a family were killed after the flood flooded their house."
After the incident, Panamanian President Laurentino Cortiso August 10 Posting condolences on social media on Japan. He said: "I feel very sorry that there was a flood in the province of Veraguas. Our team found 10 bodies. We are still looking for the remaining 3 people. I express my condolences to this family and community."
At present, in the province of Veraguas, two others are missing. The rescue team is looking for them.
Relevant departments warned on Sunday (August 9th) that most countries in Central America had thunderstorms and strong winds recently.