At least 100 people feared trapped in landslide debris in India
August 1, 2014 -- Updated 0955 GMT (1755 HKT)
- At least 51 deaths are confirmed
- Landslide trapped more than a hundred people
- About 500 rescuers at the scene with senior officials
New Delhi, India (CNN) -- Rescuers have recovered 51 bodies after landslides caused by heavy monsoon rains trapped about 170 people in a western Indian village.
Officials say at least 100 people are feared trapped under the debris after a wall of mud covered the village earlier this week. About 500 rescuers are at the scene, trying to locate survivors.
Eight survivors, including a child, have been pulled out of the rubble since the disaster, said Suresh Jadhav, a district administrator in Maharashtra state on Friday. He said the death toll may rise.
At least 30 killed by landslide in India
The landslides were reported around midnight Wednesday in Malin, a village in Maharashtra's Pune district, near Mumbai.
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