Ukraine's State Emergency Service workers have been searching for people after the landslide in Odesa, southern Ukraine. The agency's press office reported that on July 15.
The natural disaster took place on July 14, as 150 square meters of land slipped off the flank, between the central beach and a local resort house. The beach was closed for visitors immediately. Search and rescue works continued into the following day. On early July 15, the works were postponed due to a threat of a further landslide.
36 players and seven vehicles are involved in the search and rescue works. So far, there has been no information on casualties.