The death toll from a violent weekend storm that lashed Central America neared 150 Tuesday, and more fatalities were feared as rescuers reached villages cut off by floods and mudslides. Guatemala's President Alvaro Colom told a news conference that 123 people were now confirmed killed and another 90 missing in his country as a result of Tropical Storm Agatha, which dumped heavy rains before dissipating in the country's highlands. "I want to make clear that those are provisional numbers because new information continues to come in," he said. "There are many villages that still have not been able to report their tragedies." Earlier, the Red Cross disaster response unit in Panama City had reported 118 dead in Guatemala, 17 in Honduras and nine in El Salvador. "Most of the fatalities were due to landslides that collapsed building and peoples' homes," Paco Maldonado, the unit's chief, told a foreign news agency. Among the dead in Guatemala were four children in a house that was swept away in a landslide, officials here said.