JAKARTA - Ten people, including two children, were killed and two others seriously wounded late on Friday when heavy rains triggered a landslide in a remote area on Indonesia's part of Borneo island, police said Saturday. Police said three days of heavy rain had triggered the landslide in a village at the foot of a hill in Pontianak regency in West Kalimantan. "The search and rescue efforts have been difficult as the area can not be easily reached," local police chief Ahmad Tasmal told Reuters. A landslide in the same village in 1992 killed seven people. Landslides are common in the rainy season in Indonesia -- which usually runs from October to April -- and where deforestation is rife.