Floods and mudslides have killed an estimated 1,100 people in northwestern Pakistan since Thursday, and many Pakistani immigrants in New York have been left without contact to their families. Jahanger Khan, who lives in Midwood and sends money to his wife and seven kids in Pakistan, says his family has been left homeless. "Everything's gone. There's no transportation, no electricity, no food." He hasn't been able to reach his wife for days. Now, officials in Pakistan are worried the lack of drinking water could be spreading diseases. Syed Zahir Ali Shah, health minister for Khyber-Pakhtoonkhwa, said, "We estimate that about 100,000 people, mostly children, have been hit by cholera and gastro diseases."