At least two people died Sunday Cwhen heavy rains in Cundinamarca caused a small river to overflow, newspaper El Espectador reported.
According to rescue sources that talked to the newspaper, the local Cune creek overflowed in the village of Villeta, sixty miles north-west of Bogotá.
Another 40 people are still missing.
Rescue operations are said to be hampered by continuous bad weather.
The rainy season also hit the north of Antioquia where a heavy storm destroyedbuildings. Rescue workers on the scene are looking for victims.