VIDEO: Air Force rescues seven from Ampara

VIDEO: Air Force rescues seven from Ampara

January 10, 2011   04:45 pm

Another seven persons have been rescued from flooding in Ampara, Rambakanoya by the Sri Lanka Air Force, using Bell 212 helicopters a short while ago. The SLAF Spokesman says that rescue missions continue despite heavy rain and strong winds.

24 persons were rescued earlier today (January 10) while stranded due to flooding in Tampitiya, Ampara.

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