The country of Sierra Leone in West Africa has been hit with severe rains that caused flash floods and mudslides in and around the country’s capital city of Freetown. As of this post, at least 300 people have been confirmed killed. Hundreds more remain trapped under tonnes of mud that reportedly buried 4 storey buildings, after a hillside in the Regent area on the outskirts of Freetown collapsed.
Video below allegedly shows peace keepers dealing with corpses of recovered dead people. They appear to transfer the corpses from the bed of the truck that brought them there, and place them on stretchers for removal to wherever they are expected to be safely taken care of.