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Mozambique Survivors Recount Horrifying Aftermath Of Cyclone Idai

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Mozambique Survivors Recount Horrifying Aftermath Of Cyclone Idai

Mozambique Survivors Recount Horrifying Aftermath Of Cyclone Idai

An eyewitness account reports as many as "300 to 400" bodies line the banks of a road out of the city of Beira, in Mozambique.

According to CNN, the description of the harrowing scene indicates that the human toll of Cyclone Idai is likely to far exceed official estimates.

Aid agencies on the ground say entire villages and towns have been completely flooded in the wake of last Thursday's high-end Category 2 storm.

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