HUFFINGTON POST
11/25/2014 04:32 pm ET Updated Dec 06, 2017

Photos Document Devastation After Floods Hit Morocco

AFP

Devastating floods in Morocco have left at least 32 people dead and 6 missing. The flash floods were caused by heavy storms that swept the region Sunday.

Morocco's Interior Ministry said on Monday that while search operations for those reported missing continue, rescue operations mobilized 40 army and Royal Guard helicopters and helped evacuate more than 200 people.

Images of the deadly flooding were posted to social media. Take a look at these photos from the ongoing tragedy:

Flooding in Morocco, 8 deaths, 24 missing

Following the flooding, authorities start rescue operations; 300 Zodiac aircraft and helicopters dispatched to the afflicted areas.

Exclusive photos of Ighounane, a village 9 miles from Telouet (#Ouarzazate). #Morocco #Floods

Flash floods in the #Ouarzazate region, the wadis and fields are flooded.

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This article originally appeared on HuffPost Maghreb and was translated into English.

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