Please do pray for Mon State in Myanmar.
Ten people have died and dozens are missing after a landslide in Mottama, a small town in Thaton District in Mon State, according to local sources. At least 30 others are still missing, according to the Mudon Recuse Association (MRA). According to the Mon State Government, 27 people have been injured in the landslide so far. The landslide hit at the base of a mountain just after 8 a.m. local time, according Bo Bo Win, a member of the rescue team. The landslide came as the area was hit with heavy rains on Thursday night. The region was already dealing with heavy flooding, with transportation limited or entirely shut down. Train routes between Rangoon to Ye Township have been canceled and much of the highways, completely submerged in water, have been closed off to cars—especially in Belin Township, where the Mon State government has opened eight camps that are currently housing 1,000 people displaced by flooding.