Rescuers in Central America are working against the clock to find survivors, and victims, of landslides and floods.
El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras have been pounded by days of heavy rains brought by Tropical Storm Stan.
El Salvador was the worst hit, with at least 31 people known to have died. Rescuers fear the death toll will rise.
Whole families were wiped out, and children swept away from their parents by the mudslides and flood waters.
Some 300 communities in El Salvador alone are said to have been affected by the flooding.
The country, already dealing with a volcanic eruption at the weekend that killed two, is having to evacuate thousands.
It is a similar story in Guatemala and Honduras, where at least eight people have died.