A woman trapped in a bus filmed falling rocks and trees being uprooted by a landslide on Sunday in Benguet, a remote mountainous region on the Luzon island in the Philippines.
Kersee Masillem, who filmed the scene, was sitting on a bus which could not reverse as another vehicle was blocking the road behind it.
She watched soil and rocks slip down a hillside for several minutes as huge landslide, which uprooted trees, hit the mountainside filling the nearby road with debris.
Rocks can be heard bouncing off the bus and passengers screaming inside. No one is believed to have been injured.
The landslide took place at Man-asok near Buguias in the Benguet province, an area prone to landslides.
More than 60 people were killed in the province by landslides triggered by Typhoon Mangkhut in September