At least 13 people have been killed in a landslide in central Vietnam following storms and flooding that have now left almost 130 people dead, officials said on Saturday.
The 13 were killed and another person was seriously injured in the early hours yesterday in the coastal province of Quang Nam, local emergency official Vo Xuan Quang told AFP.
The landslide, triggered by rains that have lashed the country since Tropical Storm Mirinae hit on Monday, dumped thousands of tonnes of earth and mud on a group of gold miners, who were sleeping at the time, Quang said.
The storm and flooding that followed have left another 116 people dead, most of them in the country's easternmost province of Phu Yen.
Mirinae also killed two people in Vietnam's neighbour Cambodia and left 27 people dead in the Philippines, where thousands are still living in evacuation centres after a series of deadly storms this typhoon season.