| GEO Pakistan|
| 58 killed in rain-related incidents in KP|
| Updated at: 0847 PST, Thursday, July 29, 2010|
PESHAWAR: Nearly 58 people have died all across Khyber Pakhtoonkhwa as unprecedented rains, thunderstorms, land-sliding, electric shocks and floods and other rain-inflicted incidents have wrecked deadliest havocs all across province on Wednesday, Geo news reported.
Hundreds of (Kachay Makanat) mud-made houses have been washed away by floodwater and by heavy downpours in tribal areas in province meanwhile fierce floodwater from River Swat has entered Charsadda.
Pakistan army has arrived in ill-fated districts upon request of district administrations, sources said.
Over 100 houses have collapsed due to raging floodwater, flowing at 57,000 cusecs through Charsadda and has rendered several people detained in their houses for fear of death.
Floodwater has also played annihilation with ripened crops at fields in many parts throughout KP while people are looking for help from government, local sources told media.