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>> Rescue efforts underway Saturday in the Colombian southwestern border province of Putumayo. More then 150 people dead, nearly twice as many feared injured after Friday's landslide, and it's hard to get a count on how many residents are unaccounted for. Heavy rains causing several rivers to overflow, setting off a mudslide that crashed into homes and clogged up roads.
Rescue attempts, aided by more than 1,100 soldiers, hampered by waist-high water and the destruction of two bridges. The nation's president declaring a state of emergency.