'I found my sister's arm in the rubble'
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Sierra Leone mudslide: Freetown man lost eight family members

A month ago a mudslide and floods devastated the capital of Sierra Leone, killing an estimated 1,300 people.

Hundreds were buried as part of Freetown’s Mount Sugar Loaf collapsed.

Thomas Benson, who lost eight members of his family including his sister Marion, shares his personal experience of the tragedy.

Reporter: Umaru Fofana

Video journalists: Stuart Phillips and Hez Holland

  • 15 Sep 2017
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