Flash floods gush through village in Indonesia

Video: https://www.dropbox.com/s/wm2mhldpyxao5dk/VRP3480.mp4?dl=0

Footage shows muddy flash floods gushing through a village in Indonesia following continuous heavy rain that has battered the country.

The deluge swamped homes in the town of Gelam in Tambak, East Java, on January 12.

Heavy rains were caused by the northeast monsoon, which has also caused severe flooding and deaths in Thailand and Malaysia.

It also triggered landslide first reported on Saturday afternoon (Jan 9) in different regions.

At least 13 people were killed and 27 are still missing after the series of deadly landslides in Indonesia.

The Bandung Search and Rescue (SAR) Office said the landslides had affected a number of villages across across Sumedang in West Java.

Head of the Bandung SAR Office Deden Ridwansyah said: ‘The search operation is ongoing to look for 27 people, comprising six individuals found missing in the earlier data and an additional 21 based on information from the public.’