'Many roads were simply washed away'
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Colombia landslide: 'Many roads were washed away'

Landslides have killed at least 250 people in south-west Colombia and left many more injured.

Heavy rain flooded the city of Mocoa in the country's south-west with mud and rocks, burying whole neighbourhoods and forcing residents to flee their homes.

Dimitri O'Donnell is a reporter in the Colombian capital Bogota.

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