A huge slab of mountainside has collapsed in Switzerland, sending thousands of tonnes of rock sliding into a valley.
The dramatic landslide at the Valegion mountain on Monday was captured on film and put on YouTube by Swiss Broadcasting.
The landslide near Preonzo in the Alps resulted in 300,000 cubic metres of rock being displaced, CNN reports. Geologists say the cliff has remained stable since Monday's incident, but the area has been classified as a danger zone, World Radio Switzerland reports.
There are fears that there are another 500,000 cubic meters of debris that could still come down the mountainside.
A school and businesses at the foot of the cliff remain closed until Monday, according to World Radio Switzerland, but one is believed to have been injured.
Geologists say the dry weather has stabilized the cliff so far, but because of rain predicted on Sunday, they have a look-out to keep an eye on the mountain.
Danger: The slab of rock that broke away from a mountain in southern Switzerland on Monday and crashed into the valley below close to the village of Preonzo