Hefty rains in Colombia over the weekend break created rivers to overflow as well as sent mudslides crashing down on the town of Mocoa, burying areas in heaps of mud, boulders, as well as ruined trees. A minimum of 273 individuals were killed, and hundreds more injured and left homeless. Look teams are still searching for survivors, as several of the initial funerals started to occur today. As Colombia’s Head of state Juan Manuel Santos stated Mocoa a hot spot, citizens who ran away are going back to browse for enjoyed ones amid the damages.
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