Floodwaters from three swollen rivers surged through a Colombian city this weekend, burying homes under an avalanche of mud and rocks.
Aerial survey footage by the Colombian Air Force shows the scale of devastation in Mocoa, the capital of the southwestern Putamayo province.
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Nearly 200 people were killed and another 220 people are feared missing, President Juan Manuel Santos said on early Sunday.
A handout picture provided by the Colombian Army shows an aerial view of Mocoa, Colombia, April 1, 2017.
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