14 killed, 5 missing in China mountain collapse: Official
China mountain collapse: The incident happened around 6 am in the Leshan city of Sichuan province and immediately after the authorities were informed of the landslide, a massive rescue team was deployed at the spot.
China mountain collapse: A mountain collapsed in China's Sichuan province on Sunday, killing at least 14 people while five others remained missing, local officials said. The incident happened around 6 am in the Leshan city of Sichuan province and immediately after the authorities were informed of the landslide, a massive rescue team was deployed at the spot.
"The mountain collapse happened in Leshan city and as of now 14 people have been killed while 5 others remained missing. Rescue operation is on," a senior official from the publicity department said.
He said that the rescue team of more than 180 people are still searching for the missing, state-run Xinhua news agency reported.
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