Rescue crews search for survivors who might have been buried underneath the homes wiped out by the landslide.
Rescue crews work to remove rubble and damage done by the landslide in Bello, Colombia, on Sunday.
A man removes what possibly was once a part of his home. Red Cross reported more than 250,000 homes were damaged by the landslide.
A photo surveys the damage done by a landslide that hit Bello, Colombia, on Sunday. Officials report that at least 40 people may be buried underneath the rubble.
A woman is helped to her feet by rescuers after being buried by the rubble left after the landslide in Colombia Sunday.
Rescuers and people whose homes were destroyed work to unearth some of the damage following the landslide on Sunday.
A soldier surveys an area, possibly searching for survivors or victims caught under the rubble, where homes were destroyed in the north east region of Bello,Colombia.
A man sits and surveys the damage done to the region that he once called home, after a landslide on Sunday wiped out about 1,821 homes.
An official stands on what might have been the foundation of a home, and is now a mountain of rubble and mud due to a landslide in the region on Sunday.
A man takes a moment to reflect at the site where dozens of homes once stood, and are now buried in a landslide that has devastated the region.
A landslide buried more than 50 homes in Colombia in 2010.