Friday, November 16, 2007

Sidr Cyclone smashed in Bangladesh

Yesterday the dangerous Cyclone Sidr smashed the southern part of Bangladesh and already near about 600 people are believed to be dead upto now (according to Bdnews24.com @ 8:30 pm Bangladesh Time.)

Check out the Yahoo Video News : http://cosmos.bcst.yahoo.com/ver/249.0/popup/index.php?cl=5023574

CNN Video News:
http://edition.cnn.com/2007/WORLD/asiapcf/11/16/bangladesh.cyclone/index.html#cnnSTCVideo


Here are few snaps of the weather cast i saved yesterday evening while it was hitting at South region.


Here are some views of destruction collected from news webs.

The cyclone left a trail of death and destruction. But this newborn baby, cradled by its grandmother, survived the storm and was named Cyclone.



A woman collects corrugated iron sheets from her house at Mongla in Khulna district, some 320 kms south from the capital Dhaka. A powerful cyclone that smashed into southern Bangladesh forcing thousands to flee for their lives has killed at least 550 people, a report has said.(AFP/Farjana Godhuly)


An elephant pushes a stranded bus as it is employed to clear a road in Barishal, 120 kilometers, (75 miles) south of Bangladesh's capital Dhaka, Friday, Nov. 16, 2007. A cyclone slammed into Bangladesh's coast with 240 kph (150 mph) winds, killing at least 242 people, leveling homes and forcing the evacuation of 650,000 villagers before heading inland and losing power Friday, officials said. (AP Photo/Pavel Rahman


Graphic showing the path of Tropical Cyclone Sidr. Hundreds of people have died and tens of thousands were left homeless after a powerful cyclone whipped up huge waves, severe winds and unleashed torrential rains in Bangladesh, officials said.(AFP/Graphic/Martin Megino)


An elephant removes a fallen tree that created a road block in Barishal, 120 kilometers, (75 miles) south of Bangladesh's capital Dhaka, Friday, Nov. 16, 2007. A cyclone slammed into Bangladesh's coast with 240 kph (150 mph) winds, killing at least 242 people, leveling homes and forcing the evacuation of 650,000 villagers before heading inland and losing power Friday, officials said.(AP Photo/Pavel Rahman)

Let's pray for those departed souls and for the homeless and injured peoples.

3 comments:

~ÅüďîŧĭØ~ said...

that is sad :( bhumikompo-o hochchhe naki? baje shomoy ashchhe

Ehsanul Haque said...

its sad to see all these from so far away. eek dike mone hoi bhaloi hoise je deshe nai, abar onno dike mone hoi shoba r kotha. shob shomoi ektai kotha mone kortam jodi kokhono ai shobe morte hoi shoba r shathei morbo. jai hok, Allah r kase dowa kori jeno shobai shustho thake aar jara baa jaader family r khoti hoise tara jeno taratari recovery kore uthte pare, jodio taa khub tough. anyway May Allah be with everyone.

Tahmid Munaz said...

vumikompo hoynai.. but SIDR er smash ta marattok... about 1100 killed upto now.. :( oneke boltese it was a category 5 cyclone ..

 
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