Dam bursts near Indonesian capital, killing 58

CIRENDEU, Indonesia – Torrential rain caused a colonial-era dam to burst its banks early Friday, sending a wall of muddy water crashing into a suburb of the Indonesian capital. The flood killed at least 58 people, left scores missing and submerged hundreds of homes. Rescuers used rubber rafts to pluck bodies from streets that were transformed into muddy rivers littered with motorcycles, chairs and other debris. Full Story

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