Rain battered southwestern Colombia on March 31, leading to deadly mudslides in Putumayo province. The town of Mocoa was severely damaged when as a mudslide tore through it. This April 2, 2017 photo shows the extent of the destruction.
The day after a mudslide hit Mocoa, people walk among the devastation on April 2.
A man pauses from digging in the sludge in Mocoa.
A man and a dog walk down a mud-filled street in Mocoa.
A fireman searches for victims inside a mud-swamped house.
A resident stares at the rubble left by the mudslides.
A man talks on his phone amid the rubble in Mocoa.
Rescuers search for people among the debris left by mudslides.
A woman surveys some of the damage in Mocoa.
Soldiers evacuate one of the injured in Mocoa. Three rivers overflowed and unleashed muddy waves that engulfed homes, cars and bridges.
Soldiers and civilians search for survivors in Mocoa. Many residents in the area have been reported missing.
Volunteers and soldiers carry one of the injured in Mocoa.
People walk through heaps of rubble left by the mudslides in Mocoa.
An aerial view shows the devastation Saturday, April 1, after heavy rains caused rivers to overflow in Mocoa, Colombia.