A catastrophic mudslide, which killed at least one man in Canadian British Columbia, has been caught on camera.
A wall of rock, mud and trees crashed through the tiny town of Johnsons Landing in British Columbia on Friday, destroying homes and leaving residents without electricity.
Authorities said that the body of a man, thought to have been trapped by the mudslide, had been recovered on Sunday.
Three women have also been reported missing.
The rescue operation was called off late on Sunday and became a recovery effort.
Three homes were destroyed by the landslide, which is thought to have been caused by heavy rain.