May 19, 2015, Salgar, Antioquia, Colombia  There have been more than 100 found deaths, more than 500 families left homeless and many still missing in the mud, because of the deadly landslide.  Environmental agencies warned the local government that this could happen, but they did nothing much, and because of poor restriction of where to build houses, this powerful avalanche happened.   There is much anger in the population besides the sadness of the lost.
       
     
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 May 19, 2015, Salgar, Antioquia, Colombia  There have been more than 100 found deaths, more than 500 families left homeless and many still missing in the mud, because of the deadly landslide.  Environmental agencies warned the local government that this could happen, but they did nothing much, and because of poor restriction of where to build houses, this powerful avalanche happened.   There is much anger in the population besides the sadness of the lost.
       
     

May 19, 2015, Salgar, Antioquia, Colombia

There have been more than 100 found deaths, more than 500 families left homeless and many still missing in the mud, because of the deadly landslide.  Environmental agencies warned the local government that this could happen, but they did nothing much, and because of poor restriction of where to build houses, this powerful avalanche happened. 

There is much anger in the population besides the sadness of the lost.

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