Twelve people have been killed in three landslides across the tourist island of Bali, Indonesia's disaster mitigation agency has said.
Two of the seven victims were children: a seven-year-old girl and one-year-old boy, whose mother also didn't survive, according to reports.
The landslides hit Songan village of Bangli district, falling and destroying five houses at about 11 pm Thursday.
In nearby Awan village, four people were killed, while in Sukawarna another person died, Bali Red Cross operational chief Putu Dedy Rimbawan said.
Two people were hospitalized with severe injuries and two others suffered minor injuries.
Indonesia is frequently hit by landslide and flood during heavy rains.
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Indonesian authorities have released the names of those killed in the landslide.
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Mr Sutopo said extreme rain, with 145 millimetres in one day, had occurred in the regency of Karangasem on Wednesday.
Indonesian officials said in a statement they expected heavy rain to continue in several parts of the country Friday and warned of the chance for landslides, flooding and tornadoes.
Several people were injured, the agency said.