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Two people rescued from under debris in Shenzhen landslide

December 23, 2015, 8:24 UTC+3 BEIJING
The search-and-rescue operation continues as 70 people are still missing after a mountain of construction waste and soil swept over dozens of buildings in the industrial park Liuxi in Shenzhen
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BEIJING, December 23. /TASS/. Chinese rescuers have recovered alive two people who spent about 70 hours under the rubble after a major landslide in Chinese Shenzhen, France Press reports on Wednesday.

The search-and-rescue operation continues as 70 people are still missing after a mountain of construction waste and soil swept over dozens of buildings in the industrial park Liuxi in Shenzhen.

According to city’s Vice Mayor Liu Qingsheng, soil up to ten meters thick in some places covers an area of 380,000 square meters. A total of 33 buildings were damaged or collapsed as a result of the landslide.

About 3,000 people are involved in the search-and-rescue operation, assisted by about 330 units of hardware. Geologists say a repeat landslide is unlikely.

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