Mexican girls survive flood by clinging to tree for four days

Guardian: Two girls aged nine and 10 have survived floods that wreaked havoc in Mexico by clinging to the branches of a tree for almost four days. Lizbeth Dalin and her younger sister Lesli Dalimel Gaona Trevino, who were found in the north-east state of Tamaulipas, told rescue workers they had survived without any food or water in that time. Authorities were alerted to their plight after the girls were spotted by a group of fishermen who had set up camp on the banks of a ......

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