On April 1, heavy rains in the city of Mocoa, Colombia triggered flash flooding and landslides killing over 300 people. Entire neighborhoods along the banks of the rivers were devastated, leaving Mocoa buried in mud. At least 400 people were injured and another 100 are missing. It took weeks to restore power and clean water to the community, and the extent of impact is still largely unknown as Mocoa tries to recover.
The released imagery can be downloaded here.