More than 70 people have been killed after flash floods swept through Afghanistan's Parwan province on Wednesday (August 26).
The floods struck in the early hours of the morning, washing away men, women and children and destroying 300 homes,
according to the Ministry of Disaster Management.
At least 90 people were injured.
Footage shot by a local resident showed the devastating aftermath - as rescuers dug through the mud in a desperate search for survivors.
The force of the water was enough to overturn cars.
This man says he tried to move his family to a rooftop when the floods suddenly came and swept them away.
Seven members of his family are now missing.
A spokesman for President Ashraf Ghani said on Twitter that his office had instructed authorities to provide emergency disaster relief to survivors.