Two landslides in Colombia’s coffee region Saturday morning killed four in the department of Quindio and two in Caldas, others were left injured and many damages reported, according to newspaper El Tiempo.
Four people, including a one year-old child, were killed after a landslide hit Calarca, Quindio. At least eight others were reported injured, and two homes have been completely buried by the natural disaster.
Another landslide in the Cervantes neighborhood, near the center of Manizales, Caldas, left two people dead and five wounded. Ten homes were also reported damaged.
Emergency personnel continue to search for possible survivors, two have already been found and sent to the Caldas Hospital.
The land slippage was due to extremely heavy rain in the area that began around 9PM Friday.