At least 68 people were killed, and 34 are missing in Vietnam, where a tropical depression has triggered landslides and heavy rain, AP reported on Sunday.

The Vietnam Disaster Management Authority said 32 people were injured, infrastructure has been damaged and more than 2,30,000 livestock in central and northern regions had been killed.

Hoa Binh, a province in the north, was the worst hit – at least 20 people died and 300 soldiers and police were searching for eight people missing after a landslide, disaster management officials said.

The storm hit Vietnam on Tuesday. The country’s long coastline makes it vulnerable to storms and flooding. In 2016, more than 200 people were killed in storms alone.