Fifteen Are Dead After Landslide In Indonesia

Torrential rain caused tons of mud to crash into a village on Indonesia's main island during New Year's Eve celebrations on Monday. Twenty people are still missing.
Officials say 15 people are dead after a landslide covered 30 homes in a village on the island of Java. On Tuesday, residents evacuated their homes while rescue workers searched for survivors. Source: -

Fifteen people have died in a landslide that buried 30 homes on Indonesia's main island, officials said Tuesday. Twenty people are still believed to be missing.

Torrential rain caused tons of mud to crash into Sirnaresmi village.

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