Dozens of people are now known to have died in Vietnam and Cambodia after heavy rain caused mass flooding.
Scores more are missing.
Among them are many rescuers and, according to state media, 17 construction workers who were working on a hydropower dam project in Vietnam when a landslide hit.
Vietnam has been deluged by heavy rains since early October.
And there's worse to come.
Tropical storm Nangka is heading towards the Vietnamese coast.
From Wednesday (October 14) to Friday (October 16), it's forecast to bring wind speeds of up to 100 kilometers per hour and up to 40 centimeters of rain.
Officials in Vietnam said more than 130,000 houses were damaged.
Thousands of people in western Cambodia have been displaced.
Local media reported that 25,000 homes and 84,000 hectares of crops were damaged.