At least 15 people have been killed after monsoon-season floods triggered a landslide in the southern Indian state of Kerala, officials say.
Houses in Idukki district were swept away after torrential rain and flooding late on Friday night.
Officials say dozens remain trapped under debris, with the death toll expected to rise.
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi tweeted to condole the loss of lives in Kerala.
The India Meteorological Department (IMD) had issued a red alert for Idukki on Friday, forecasting extremely heavy rainfall of more than 20cm (8in).
The landslide happened at a settlement for tea workers in the Rajamalai area, around 25km (15 miles) from the tourist town of Munnar.
Local reports say as many as 20 houses of tea-plantation workers and their families were buried under the debris.
Rescue efforts are ongoing, but operations were being hampered by heavy downpours, foggy conditions and the fear of more landslides.
Pinarayi Vijayan, the chief minister of Kerala, said the National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) would soon join the rescue workers who were struggling to find bodies.
The site had been been completely cut off after a bridge connecting to the area collapsed amid the flooding.
But the bridge has now been restored and more rescue workers, including local police and firefighters, are on their way.
“So far, 15 bodies have been recovered, and 56 are missing,” Dean Kuriakose, the lawmaker representing the region, told the BBC from the scene.
“Rescue workers had earlier shifted seven people hurt in the landslides to the hospital. We fear 56 others trapped under the debris are dead.”