In Pics | Rescuers struggle to locate dozens in landslide-hit Japan town
Rescuers were holding out hope of finding at least 64 people buried under the mud and wreckage of a Japanese holiday town that was hit by a devastating landslide, with teams set to resume the desperate search for survivors. Scroll down for images
Japan Self-Defense Force personnel search for missing people at the scene of a landslide following days of heavy rain in Atami in Shizuoka Prefecture on July 5, 2021.
An aerial view from a Jiji Press helicopter on July 5, 2021 shows an aerial view of the collapse site in Atami City, Shizuoka Prefecture, which was the starting point of a landslide which affected over 100 buildings, with dozens of people missing.
Policemen search for missing people at the scene of a landslide.
Self defence forces at the site
Members of Self-Defense Forces and police officers search for missing persons at the scene of a landslide following days of heavy rain in Atami, in Shizuoka Prefecture on July 5, 2021.
More than 1,000 soldiers
More than 1,000 soldiers and rescue workers joined an increasingly desperate search Tuesday for survivors in a Japanese resort town devastated by a landslide three days ago.