Hopes faded Wednesday for up to 70 people buried by a landslide that killed at least 16 in Indonesia, as more rain and fears of fresh slippages forced rescuers to suspend their search. Stunned villagers stood by in silence as bodies were dug out of the sticky clay that crushed homes, offices and a processing plant at a tea plantation south of Jakarta on Tuesday. Survivors said the earth crashed down with the sound of an explosion, giving plantation workers and their families almost no warning. "According to our latest data, 14 adults and two children died," West Java police spokesman told a foreign news agency adding that crews had temporarily halted their search due to fears of further landslides.