At least 9 people were killed and 38 others missing after a landslide buried more than 30 homes in western Java Island in Indonesia, authorities said on Tuesday.
The spokesman of the National Disaster Management Agency (BNPB), Sutopo Purwo Nugroho, explained in his Twitter account that the rescue efforts continue in the area of the avalanche, which occurred last night in the municipality of Sukabumi.
In the midst of rain and mud, emergency teams are working to find survivors on the side of a hill buried by detachment, according to a video uploaded to the social network by Sutopo.
So far this year, the BNPB has registered in Indonesia about 430 landslides that have caused 129 deaths and missing, 115 injured, 37,933 displaced and damage to 1,948 structures.
Floods and landslides affect Indonesia every year during the rainy season, whose peak is between December and February.
Indonesia has suffered major earthquakes and tsunamis this year, the most serious in the islands of Lombok, Celebes and the Sonda Strait, with more than 3,200 deaths.