The show depicts the initial disbelief at the scale of the disaster well.
As anxious relatives and friends waited on the road that had been torn up by Monday’s downpour, dozens of rescue workers searched for survivors with the help of sniffer dogs.
Identity of victim not known, body could not be removed from landslide debris, says Indonesian disaster board.
Search efforts have been made difficult by steep terrain, unstable soil and narrow mining shafts.
Rescue officials announced the death toll had more than tripled as more and more bodies were pulled from the mud.
Vale could face fines and the possible loss of its license to operate in the affected region.
The number of people presumed missing has doubled from the previous toll of 150.
Heavy rain causes rivers to overflow as well as heavy landslides, engulfing communities in southern Sulawesi.
With the exact cause of the disaster still unknown, authorities are wary of the risk of a recurrence.
Most deaths were caused by flooding, house collapses and electrocution.
Luzon is the largest island in the Philippines and home to some 53 million people.
Officials say a tiny, remote Hawaiian island was largely wiped off the map when a raging hurricane passed through.
The flood risk is compounded by rains caused by Vicente, a storm that dissipated early on Tuesday, having drenched parts of Jalisco, Colima, Michoacan and Guerrero states.
The powerful storm, which was a maximum Category 5 hurricane on Monday, had weakened to Category 3 as it moved toward land.
Forecast to be one of the most powerful hurricanes to enter Mexico from the Pacific in recent years, Willa is expected to strike a few miles south of Mazatlan.
The accident took place in Yilan County near the coast, with several carriages overturned on a railway popular among tourists.
Searchers arrived with dozens of excavators to help dig out bodies, while some residents made frequent trips to retrieve treasured belongings from the rubble of destroyed homes.
Hurricane Michael left scenes of destruction in its wake in Florida, and authorities fear the death toll could still increase as the search operation continues in the most heavily damaged areas.
CEO Kristalina Georgieva unveiled the funds at Indonesian holiday island Bali, where the Bank and the International Monetary Fund have been holding their annual meetings.
Much of downtown Port St. Joe, 12 miles (19km) east of Mexico Beach, was flooded after Michael hit with 155 mph winds, snapping boats in two and hurling a large ship onto the shore, residents said.
Officials in Odisha evacuated more than 300,000 people, suspended operations at the port of Paradip and cancelled many trains and flights on Wednesday.
A string of earthquakes in Lombok in eastern Indonesia killed more than 550 people over the summer.
Papua New Guinea, one of the world's poorest countries, sits on the geologically active Pacific Ring of Fire and is still recovering from a 7.5 quake that hit some 900 km to the west in February, killing at least 100 people.
Hurricane Michael is expected to strengthen to a major Category 3 storm with winds over 100mph (160kmh), making it one of the most powerful storms to hit the Panhandle of Florida in decades.