More than two dozen people were missing in Indonesia’s East Java province on Saturday after a landslide buried a village. Authorities said one body was found by rescuers, though 26 people remained missing in the Banaran village. Villagers said 38 people were buried by the landslide – 22 while in their houses and another 16 while out harvesting ginger. At least 17 people were injured, according to a spokesman for Indonesia's Disaster Mitigation Agency cited by the Associated Press. Rescuers, soldiers, police officers and volunteers all took part in search efforts, but the rescue operation was called off after it started raining again. “The search was halted and will be resumed tomorrow because the weather conditions and unstable terrain could lead to more landslides,” said Sutopo Purwo Nugroho, a spokesman for the Disaster Mitigation Agency.