Indonesia’s Java island are leaking their wounds as a result of a landslide triggered by heavy rain on Saturday.
At least 11 people have been buried so far.
Police and soldiers were helping residents clear the mud and debris to look for victims in the Ponorogo area of East Java.
Up to 30 houses were engulfed by the landslide and the exact number of people missing is still unclear.
Local disaster mitigation agency had warned of the risk of a landslide due to recent rain.