BOGOTA  - A landslide in Colombia has left at least two people dead, seven injured and vehicles buried in mud, officials and witnesses said Sunday. The disaster happened Saturday in southwest Colombia along a road between the cities of Neiva and Florencia as part of a mountain come tumbling down. Army troops, police and Red Cross teams with heavy machinery and sniffer dogs are examining the site in search of bodies or survivors, said Jesus Gomez, a disaster relief official in the area.

The stability of the slope itself is also being assessed to determine if it is safe for the rescue teams to work.