Many hours before dawn on February 17, the rains began in the rural Ichilo Province of Bolivia. The rain came hard, and steady, and did not abate for 15 hours. By 10:00 am, the Yapacaní and Ichilo rivers that lend their names to the region, had reached their highest levels. The Yapacaní river had reached 4.15 metres, four times its usual height. The Ichilo had swollen by an extra metre. Several neighbourhoods flooded.

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