Dozens of people are missing and feared dead after a Himalayan glacier crashed into a dam and triggered a huge flood in northern India.
As the dam broke open, a deluge of water poured through a valley in the state of Uttarakhand.
Villages have been evacuated, but officials warned more than 125 people may have been caught in the torrent.
Video showed the floodwater barrelling through the area, leaving destruction in its wake.
Uttarakhand police said the avalanche struck at about 05:30pm local time destroying a dam known as the Rishiganga Hydroelectric Project.
Police said the impact catapulted water along the Dhauli Ganga River, damaging another power project downstream in the Tapovan area.