A landslide engulfed a road Sunday in Colombia, killing three people and leaving some 20 trapped in the mud, authorities said.
Crews were searching for people riding on a bus and a motorcycle that was caught up in the accident in remote areas of a municipality called Pueblo, Rico, in northwest Colombia.
"Nine rescued, three fatalities, and an estimated 20 who remain to be found. It is a tragedy," President Gustavo Petro wrote on Twitter.
Civil defense officials said one of the dead was a girl aged about seven.