Ten people were killed after landslides struck North Kalimantan province in central Indonesia, Report says, citing Xinhua.
Heavy downpours triggered landslides in three spots in Tarakan city of the province but did not cause evacuation, the Head of the Emergency Unit of Provincial Disaster Management Agency told Xinhua via phone from the city.
"Rescuers immediately came to the scene for a search and rescue mission after the natural disaster," spokesman of National Search and Rescue Office Jusuf Latief said.
"Our team and others have already retrieved all the ten corpses," Latief told Xinhua.
Soldiers, police officers, personnel of disaster management agencies, and volunteers have also been taking part in the mission.