Subtitles section Play video Print subtitles The death toll from storm enter surged on Friday as Guatemalan soldiers reached a mountain village where around 100 people were killed by a landslide, an army spokesman said. Many of those who died in the village of Kerala in the central region of Alto Verapaz, were buried in their homes after mudslides swallowed around 150 houses, the army said. About 100 people are believed to have died in Qahar alone. Those searches for survivors continue. The devastating weather front brought destruction from Panama to Honduras and Mexico, which between them have registered more than 50 flood related deaths, one of the fiercest storms to hit Central America in years. The U. S National Hurricane Center warned the catastrophic flooding in the region would continue. Bad weather is hampering rescue efforts across the region. The National Hurricane Center said ETA was off the leases coast in the Caribbean Friday evening, churning towards Cuba and Florida.