At least 15 people have died after heavy rain caused part of a hotel building to collapse in Apurímac region of Peru.
National Institute of Civil Defense, (Indeci) in Peru said a further 30 people were injured in the disaster at the Hotel Alhambra in the district of Tamburco, province of Abancay, Apurímac, a region in southern-central Peru.
Elsewhere in the region, heavy rain during the afternoon of 28 January, 2019, caused flooding and damage to homes and farms in the community and district of Turpay, province of Grau, about 75km south of Tamburco.
INDECI reports that around 200 people were affected and 37 houses suffered damage. Around 20 people (3 families) were made homeless after flooding destroyed 3 homes.
On 30 January 2019 the Chile Ministry of the Interior and Public Safety (ONEMI) reported heavy rain in Arica y Parinacota Region on the border with Peru. An overflow of the Acha, Lluta and San Jose rivers affected several families and homes. Around 25,000 people were left without electricity. ONEMI said that, as of 01 February, one person was missing, 20 families evacuated and 151 people were staying in shelters.
Heavy rain from around 06 February also affected parts of Tarapacá and Antofagasta Regions. By 15 February, ONEMI reported that 6 people had died, 346 homes had been destroyed and 427 homes severely damaged. Over one thousand people have been displaced, with 340 staying in relief shelters.
B - Turpay (Peru)
C - Tacna, Peru (Peru)
D - Arica, Chile (Chile)
E - Campamento Coraceros (Chile)
F - Camarones (Chile)
G - Putre (Chile)
H - Alto Hospicio (Chile)
I - Iquique (Chile)
J - Camiña (Chile)
K - Pozo Almonte (Chile)
L - Calama (Chile)
M - San Pedro de Atacam (Chile)
N - Matucana - Rainfall level 71.8 mm in 24 hours
O - Carampoma - Rainfall level 86.1 mm in 24 hours
P - Putre - Rainfall level 30.3 mm in 24 hours
Q - Puerto Maldonado, Peru - Rainfall level 63.1 mm in 24 hours
R - Putre, Chile - Rainfall level 25.1 mm in 24 hours
S - Visviri, Chile - Rainfall level 23 mm in 24 hours
T - Putre - Rainfall level 36.1 mm in 24 hours
U - Putre - Rainfall level 25.1 mm in 24 hours
V - Putre - Rainfall level 24 mm in 24 hours
W - Visviri - Rainfall level 20.9 mm in 24 hours
Matucana - January 28 to January 29, 2019
Carampoma - January 28 to January 29, 2019
Putre - January 29 to January 30, 2019
Puerto Maldonado, Peru - January 30 to January 31, 2019
Putre, Chile - January 31 to February 1, 2019
Visviri, Chile - January 30 to January 31, 2019
Putre - January 30 to January 31, 2019
Putre - January 31 to February 1, 2019
Putre - February 1 to February 2, 2019
Visviri - February 7 to February 8, 2019
Tamburco, Peru - January 26 to January 30, 2019
Turpay, Peru - January 26 to January 30, 2019
3 families made homeless. 35 buildings also damaged, affecting 35 families (around 200 people).
Tacna, Peru - January 29 to January 30, 2019
Arica, Chile - January 30 to February 1, 2019