Pakistani children take a ride on a roundabout at a flooded park caused by heavy rains in Lahore, Pakistan, Tuesday, July 21, 2015. (AP Photo/K.M. Chaudary)
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At least four people were killed Wednesday when their pick-up truck was swept away by a seasonal stream in southwest Pakistan, officials said, the latest victims of torrential rain and flooding that began last week.According to a report by the National Disaster Management Authority, this season's floods have so far caused three deaths in the northwestern valley of Chitral while three people have lost their lives in Punjab province's Muzzafargarh district.The flood has also washed away as many as 180 buildings including houses, shops and hotels in Chitral while damaging another 15 bridges and 12 roads, the agency said.In Punjab province, 244 villages have been hit by the flood including 39 houses.
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