SPRINGFIELD -- Cyclone Idai in Mozambique could be one of the worst natural disasters ever in Southern Africa.
The situation is getting worse by the hour as aid workers are scrambling to save thousands of people who were stranded after the cyclone hit the country last week.
Convoy of Hope here in Springfield is also working to help.
See the full article and video by Jesse Inman on Ozarks First website here.
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