End Of Days: 32 Dead In Massive Storm-Related Landslides!

- By Bossip Staff

The rain makes ish real son…

A blast of heavy rain sent landslides barreling through South Korea’s capital and a northern town Wednesday, killing at least 32 people, including 10 college students doing volunteer work.

The students died as mud and debris engulfed them as they slept in a resort cabin in Chuncheon, about 68 miles (110 kilometers) northeast of the capital Seoul, said Byun In-soo of the town’s fire station. A married couple and a convenience store owner also died.

About 500 officials and residents worked to rescue people trapped in the mud and wreckage. Twenty-four people were injured and several buildings destroyed, officials said. Witnesses interviewed on television likened the sound of the landslide to a massive explosion or a screaming freight train and described the screaming they heard as buildings were carried away by rivers of mud.

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R.I.P. to those who lost their lives.

Flip through to see a few pics of the devastation.

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