A child and two adults have died and 15 people have been seriously injured, in avalanches in central-west Colombia.
More than 100 families were affected by the disaster in the town of Garzon, Huila department, which destroyed 15 homes and 12 farms.
Authorities identifed the dead as 4-year-old Danny Esteven Garcia, his grandmother Dora Lina Beltran and a farm worker, Jose Manuel Pinilla.
Emergency services are unable to reach the area because landslides have blocked roads. Officials say the situation is very serious and there are no resources to take care of the victims.
At least 167 people have died in exceptionally severe winter rains experienced by Colombia over the last few months.
Floods, landslides and mudslides have destroyed 1,140 homes and damaged nearly 150 thousand others. Nearly 900,000 have been affected, according to the Red Cross.
Authorities have been criticized for failing to take adequate precautions, with different government agencies arguing over who is responsible.