63 dead following India landslide
Published 01/08/2014 | 10:59
At least 63 people are dead after a landslide in India engulfed a village.
Rescue workers in the Pune district of Maharashtra state say they are having trouble using sniffer dogs and equipment to detect signs of life. Dozens of people are still missing.
Officials said the life-saving equipment is not working well because of rain and mud 15 feet deep.
Landslides are common during the monsoon season, which runs from June through September. The area around the stricken village has been deforested extensively, increasing its vulnerability to landslides.