The death toll in the landslide disaster in the Colombian city of Pueblo Rico rose to 34.
The Balance Sheet Is Getting Heavier In The Landslide disaster that took place last Sunday in the city of Pueblo Rico, located in the northwest region of Colombia.
In the statement made by the authorities, it was stated that the number of people who lost their lives increased to 34. The National Disaster Risk Management Unit (UNGRD) announced that the landslide disaster caused by heavy rains occurred 230 kilometers from the capital Bogota.
Rescue teams continue to search for those who are under the ground.
Nearly 320 people lost their lives in the landslide disaster that occurred in Mocoa, Colombia, in 2017.