Sure 32 missing after landslide in China
Rescue workers have 15 people rescued after a landslide Thursday morning in China, but 32 people are still missing. The landslide occurred after hurricane Megi in the eastern province of Zhejiang had been moved, followed by heavy rainfall.
Especially the village, Sucun got to do with the mudslide, which also debris, trees and rocks are dragged. There were 26 people missing. In another landslide in the village of Baofeng are six people missing hit.
The rescue workers are still searching for survivors.
By the hurricane Megi until now, four people were killed and 523 injured in Taiwan, after Megi from the Pacific Ocean, the country was entered.