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>> In Peru, thousands of residents salvage what's left of their homes amid the country's worst flooding disaster in decades. Weeks of torrential rain killing more than 80 people and displacing tens of thousands. The results of a localized El Nino phenomenon expected to stretch into April. Trucks toppled like toys, roads and bridges decimated.
>> The problem is big. We have more than 100 collapsed bridges and we, the Transport Ministry, have currently, in our warehouses, nine bridges. So we cannot meet that demand if we don't get more units.>> Damaged infrastructure choking off food supply. In parts of the country, including the capital, Lima, where a third of Peruvians live, schools closed and tap water restricted.
Treatment plants clogged with debris from mudslides. For one family, a baby shower sign among the few untouched items.