It is more than anything else now. Today (8th) also suffered a lot of casualties. The house was buried in a landslide, so 5 people died at once, and an 8-year-old child was submerged in the water and escaped with his family at dawn, and then drifted away and died. You must preemptively evacuate from dangerous places, avoid access, and be careful and careful.

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house that was intact was buried in soil and disappeared without a trace.

The site of the accident turned into a mess of soil and tree roots.

A landslide occurred in a village in Osan-myeon, Gokseong-gun, and five houses were buried in the soil yesterday (7th) at around 8:30 pm.

Five people, including a couple in their 50s, were found in a pile of dirt and moved to the hospital, but all died.

[Choi Hyun-kyung / Chief of Fire Department in Damyang, Jeollanam-do: One house was evacuated, but the married couple was unable to evacuate. One of them was discovered this morning.] In

Hwasun and Damyang, people were also harmed.

A man in his 60s, who was digging in a rice field in Hwasun-gun, died in a waterway. In Damyang, an 8-year-old child who disappeared while moving to avoid flooding in a house was found dead.

In addition, a woman in her 70s living in Damyang was killed in a fire that occurred when a power pole hit the house.

[Accident Witness: I told my son to report the smoke here at home. When people choke on smoke, they cannot breathe.]

Police and firefighting authorities are continuing their search in Gokseong and Damyang to find two people who were lost by rapids, respectively.

[Lee Hyung-gyu/Damyang Police Department Head of Life Safety and Transportation Division: It's raining too much right now and the current is too strong, so our crews are also dangerous inside here, so we can't search. We are searching towards the riverside now.]

In Jeonnam, where heavy rains of up to 600mm have been poured since the 5th, 19 victims lost their lives, and the Yeongsan and Seomjin Rivers overflowed and 1,800 people were evacuated.

(Video coverage: Choi Bok-soo KBC)