Heavy downpours led to deadly mudslides and flooding in the Portuguese island of Madeira on Saturday. At least 42 people were killed and a Madeira official told CNN that perhaps dozens more were unaccounted for. Portuguese Prime Minister Jose Socrates arrived at the island to survey the scene and told Portuguese media that "the situation is under control" despite the devastation. Portugal's military is sending in search and rescue teams. The Atlantic island is about 600 miles southwest of Portugal.