Sri Lankan army soldiers walk past the debris of houses at a landslide site. The Disaster Management Centre (DMC) said 104 people are still missing while 88 remain in hospital. A man carries a pack of water bottles as he walks through a flooded road in Dodangoda village. Police said a Sri Lankan Air force helicopter (SLAF) MI-17 carrying relief aid for flood victims crashed in the southern Galle district, the worst hit of the 14 districts by flash floods and earth slips in the ongoing monsoon rains, while carrying out relief operations in the flooded areas. People walk through a landslide site during a rescue mission. There were no casualties in the crash and Sri Lankan President Maithripala Sirisena telephoned the Squadron Leader Bhanuka Delgoda, the pilot of the MI-17 to congratulate him for his bravery. A man searches the water on a flooded road in Dodangoda village. The pilot lost control of the helicopter due to bad weather and crashed into woods, police said. In this photo taken on Saturday, May 27, 2017, Sri Lankan air force personnel carry an elderly man into a helicopter after rescuing him in Kalawana, in Ratnapura district of Sri Lanka. In this photo taken on Saturday, May 27, 2017, shows an aerial view of inundated area of Kiriella, in Ratnapura district of Sri Lanka. A doll’s head floats in floodwaters in Dodangoda village in Kalutara. More rains are expected in the next two days as the depression in the east central Bay of Bengal intensified into a cyclonic storm ‘MORA’ and is now moving away from the island. A Sri Lankan child and man rest at a relief camp after being evacuated following flooding in the suburb of Kaduwela in the capital Colombo. Some 412 houses were fully damaged with over 4,200 houses suffering partial damage. Some 471,000 people remain displaced while over 75,000 people are currently being housed in over 330 temporary relief accommodation. A Sri Lankan man offers bananas to a woman. The second Indian relief ship, INS Shardul arrived at Colombo Port yesterday. It has nearly 200 personnel on board, including specialised rescue, diving and medical teams, as well as a large amount of relief material and Gemini inflatable boats.