Landslides and flash flooding following heavy rainfall on the Indonesian island of Sumatra have left at least 21 people dead, officials say.
Eleven of the dead were children buried when mud and water engulfed their classroom in the village of Muara Saladi in North Sumatra province.
Another 10 people are missing at the site.
More than 500 homes in the provinces of North and West Sumatra have been damaged.
The deadliest incident was at the Islamic village school in Muara Saladi in Mandailing Natal district, which borders West Sumatra province.
Children were studying on Friday afternoon when a nearby river overflowed and brought down their classroom wall.
“The victims were buried in a torrent of mud and wall debris,” said Sutopo Purwo Nugroho, a spokesman for disaster mitigation agency BNPB.
Rescuers found the bodies of 11 children hours later but at least one child is among the 10 missing at the site.
Mr Sutopo said evacuations were under way in many areas but “the affected villages are in the mountains and access is difficult, due to damaged roads”.
A weeklong emergency relief period has been declared for both North and West Sumatra provinces.
In other incidents:
- Two bodies were found in a car washed away in Mandailing Natal district
- Four villagers were killed as landslides hit about 100 buildings in the city of Sibolga
- Flash floods killed four in West Sumatra province’s Tanah Datar district
- Three bridges were brought down in West Pasaman district in North Sumatra
Flash flooding and landslides are not uncommon across the vast Indonesian archipelago.
More than 50 people died in a mudslide on the island of Java in December 2014.