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scuers in Colombia Monday searching desperately for survivors of mudslides that killed over 250 people. Several rivers burst their banks near the southwestern city of Mocoa in the early hours of Saturday. Sending mud and debris crashing down streets and into houses as people slept. Days later bodies are lining up.
With shocked relatives going through the tragic process of identifying their loved ones. On Sunday, President Juan Manuel Santos made a second visit to the devastated area where entire neighborhoods were wiped out, delivering a message of hope.>>
> It is possible to recuperate. It is possible to overcome the tragedy.
Hope is possible.>> In the country's capital, Bogota, troops collecting relief supplies donated by residents. Disaster officials say over 500 people are staying in emergency housing. Families of the dead will receive about $6,400 in aid. And the government promising to cover hospital and funeral costs.