Air Force extends support to flood victims

Air Force extends support to flood victims

February 4, 2011   05:15 pm

The Air force has extended its support to the flood victims as uninterrupted rescue operations are being carried out while food is also being supplied to the victims, Air Force spokesman Group Captain Janaka Nanayakkara stated.


Air Force helicopters have been deployed for relief and rescue purposes since today (February 4) while 20 victims have been rescued up to now through the operation.

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