Devastating Pictures Of Columbia Landslide Which Killed At Least 200 People

A major mudslide in Mocoa, close to the southern border of Columbia, has killed 250 people and injured more than 100 others at midnight and continuing till early morning on April 1, 2017. 210 others are feared missing.

A major mudslide in Mocoa, close to the southern border of Columbia, has killed 250 people and injured more than 100 others at midnight and continuing till early morning on April 1, 2017. 210 others are feared missing.

The incident was triggered by a heavy rainstorm when the residents of the area were fast asleep.
This led to the destruction of homes and property, creating fear and panic among the people.
Rescue team reached the spot- Torrents of water and debris gushed into the houses, muddy water surged onto the streets, toppling homes, uprooting trees from their roots and carrying a violent flow of rocks and debris downstream.
Terrified residents moved out of their homes, struggling to evacuate the area.
Beginning at 11:00 p.m.
the dreadful avalanche took away big portions of the many houses.

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