Thousands of rescue workers continue to search for survivors on Saturday in southwestern Pakistan, where heavy rains caused a large dam to burst, inundating several villages.
Pakistani officials say at least 80 people are dead and 400 still missing from Thursday's dam accident in Baluchistan province.
As many as 20 thousand villagers remain trapped or have been left homeless by the floodwaters, while more than 1,500 people have been rescued.
President Pervez Musharraf flew over the area today to assess the damage, and officials say the exact death toll is still unknown.
The Shakidor Dam was destroyed by heavy rain and snow that has caused nearly 250 storm-related deaths across Pakistan.
Avalanches in Pakistan-controlled Kashmir have killed some 33 people, and several mud-brick homes were buried late Friday in villages 100 kilometers northeast of Muzaffarabad, the capital of Pakistan's portion of Kashmir.