The death toll from a mudslide that devastated a village near the Guatemalan capital last week has climbed to 208.
About 150 other people are still missing in Santa Catarina Pinula, where about 100 houses were buried last Thursday by a mountain of mud and debris following heavy rains.
"Prosecutors working in the area have reported a total of 208 bodies recovered," Julia Barrera, a spokeswoman for Guatemala's public prosecutor's office, told reporters on Thursday.
The public prosecutor has opened an investigation into the disaster, Guatemala's deadliest this year.
Rescuers said it would be nothing short of a miracle if anyone were found alive at this point, as they continue their search for more bodies, aided by specially trained dogs.