As Pakistanis flee flood zone, officials decry lack of international aid

Hundreds of thousands of public fled an ever-expanding flood zone Tuesday as Pakistan's leaders called for a superior international reply to what they say is the worst natural tragedy in the country's history.

With rains ongoing to fall and rivers rolling, establishment were closely watching several key dams that are at or near competence. The Sukkur dam in the southern prefecture of Sindh was considered more than ever vulnerable; any breach could give a free rein to a torrent of water that would wipe out entire towns and villages.

By means of the floods bearing down, people were on the move, traveling by car, donkey and on foot to run away the danger zone. The evacuations incorporated areas of Hyderabad, a city of 1.6 million people that is directly in the flood's path.

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