The number of people killed in a landslide that roared through a coastal town in Japan has risen to four, as rescue crews continue to search for 24 more.
Initially, 147 people were unaccounted for, but officials have since confirmed many safely evacuated or were simply not at home at the time of the disaster.
In addition to the four people found dead, officials said 25 people have been rescued, including three who were injured.
Atami Mayor Sakae Saito said 24 people were still unaccounted for on Tuesday morning, after the city released the names of more than 60 registered residents who were being sought on Monday.
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