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Deadly landslides, flash floods hit South Korea

Torrential rain batters South Korean capital Seoul and surrounding regions killing at least 32 people

Deadly landslides, flash floods hit South Korea
Two vehicles are turned over after a landslide caused by torrential rain storm hit the capital city on July 27, 2011 in Seoul, South Korea. South Korea issued a national crisis warning on as torrential rain caused flooding in parts of the country, killing over 35 with at least ten missing. (Getty Images)
Deadly landslides, flash floods hit South Korea
A woman steps across floodwater after a torrential rain storm hit the capital city on July 27, 2011 in Seoul, South Korea. South Korea issued a national crisis warning on as torrential rain caused flooding in parts of the country, killing over 35 with at least ten missing. (Getty Images)
Deadly landslides, flash floods hit South Korea
South Korean soldiers and residents begin the clean-up in the aftermath of a torrential rain storm that hit the capital city on July 27, 2011 in Seoul, South Korea. South Korea issued a national crisis warning on as torrential rain caused flooding in parts of the country, killing over 35 with at least ten missing. (Getty Images)
Deadly landslides, flash floods hit South Korea
South Korean soldiers and residents begin the clean-up in the aftermath of a torrential rain storm that hit the capital city on July 27, 2011 in Seoul, South Korea. South Korea issued a national crisis warning on as torrential rain caused flooding in parts of the country, killing over 35 with at least ten missing. (Getty Images)
Deadly landslides, flash floods hit South Korea
A woman cleans up in the aftermath of a torrential rain storm hit the capital city on July 27, 2011 in Seoul, South Korea. South Korea issued a national crisis warning on as torrential rain caused flooding in parts of the country, killing over 35 with at least ten missing. (Getty Images)
Deadly landslides, flash floods hit South Korea
A vehicles is crushed by trees after a landslide caused by torrential rain storm hit the capital city on July 27, 2011 in Seoul, South Korea. South Korea issued a national crisis warning on as torrential rain caused flooding in parts of the country, killing over 35 with at least ten missing. (Getty Images)
Deadly landslides, flash floods hit South Korea
The village is covered by flood water during a torrential rain storm hit the capital city on July 27, 2011 in Seoul, South Korea. South Korea issued a national crisis warning on as torrential rain caused flooding in parts of the country, killing over 35 with at least ten missing. (Getty Images)
Deadly landslides, flash floods hit South Korea
South Korean soldiers begin the clean-up in the aftermath of a torrential rain storm that hit the capital city on July 27, 2011 in Seoul, South Korea. South Korea issued a national crisis warning on as torrential rain caused flooding in parts of the country, killing over 35 with at least ten missing. (Getty Images)
Deadly landslides, flash floods hit South Korea
South Korean soldiers begin the clean-up in the aftermath of a torrential rain storm that hit the capital city on July 27, 2011 in Seoul, South Korea. South Korea issued a national crisis warning on as torrential rain caused flooding in parts of the country, killing over 35 with at least ten missing. (Getty Images)
Deadly landslides, flash floods hit South Korea
South Korean soldiers begin the clean-up in the aftermath of a torrential rain storm that hit the capital city on July 27, 2011 in Seoul, South Korea. South Korea issued a national crisis warning on as torrential rain caused flooding in parts of the country, killing over 35 with at least ten missing. (Getty Images)