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Massive landslides triggered by torrential rains crashed down onto three villages in the central hills of Sri Lanka, and more than 200 families were missing Wednesday and feared buried under the mud and debris, the Sri Lankan Red Cross said. Villagers recalled hearing and seeing the torrents of muddy water, tree branches and debris crashing down around their homes.
Sixteen bodies have already been recovered and about 180 people have been rescued from the enormous piles of mud unleashed at around 5 p.m. "I heard a huge sound like a plane crashing into the earth," said 52-year-old A. Kamala, who had just returned to her house in Siripura village when the landslides hit. I could not believe my eyes, as I saw something like a huge fireball rolling down the mountain and again a huge sound." More than 300 soldiers were joined by local residents digging through the mud with their hands, sticks and shovels to search for survivors in the farming villages of Siripura, Pallebage and Elagipitya in Kegalle District, about 45 miles north of Colombo, Jayaweera said.
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Nearly 135,000 people across the country have been displaced and were being housed in temporary shelters.
Officials warned that more landslides and lightning strikes could occur in the countryside, as more rain was forecast along with rough seas along the coasts.
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A man said his wife, mother-in-law, son and daughter-in-law were all in his house in Siripura when the landslides hit. More than 1,000 people who escaped the disaster were sheltering and being treated for minor injuries at a nearby school and a Buddhist temple, according to government official Mahendra Jagath.