Kerala floods: ‘Our son was buried by mud – we couldn’t save him’ – BBC News

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The walls of three-year-old Sachu’s house collapsed when it was hit by heavy rain and flooding in the Indian state of Kerala this week.

The toddler was buried in mud, and his family couldn’t save him.

Communities in southern India have recently been torn apart by deadly floods.

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