Flash Floods Leave Trail of Death, Destruction in Parts of Kenya

At least 4,000 people have reportedly been displaced after mudslides hit West Pokot, Narok and Elgeyo Marakwet Counties where at least four people have died and dozens have gone missing. Swollen rivers and destroyed roads have left certain areas inaccessible.

Youths rescuing a cow in a flooded area at Chesegon area, West Pokot County.

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