Rescuers said the number of people killed when a dam burst outside the Indonesian capital Jakarta has climbed to 91.
The toll is expected to keep climbing with more than 100 still missing.
The tragedy occurred on Friday when a large lake bordering a low-lying residential area southwest of Jakarta overflowed following a torrential downpour.
Water first cascaded over the rim of the dam and then, hours later, a huge section of the earth wall tore away, sending muddy water crashing into homes like a tsunami, tossing cars, uprooting trees and dragging bodies for miles.
Search and rescue operations will continue for a week.