August 11, 2010

China land slide killed 1117 people & 627 are missing

Tibetan-dominated region in northwestern China landslide death toll sharply reached to 1117 while 627 people still missing. Due to the Layers of the soil and rocks safe guards are facing potential difficulty in searching of survivors.
Northwestern China's Gansu province, local officials said the Zoanchjo area death toll from the disaster, where 702 were yesterday, while today it's reached to 1117, where 627 people are still missing. Provincial civil affairs bureau said in a statement that the 567 survivors have been treated and 64 serious people have been hospitalized.
Vice Premier Li said the authorities Mrirhasakalne Cekiyang the places have stepped up relief and rescue work. Li said that China improve its capabilities for disaster prevention and to ensure the safety of life and property of people will try more.
Northwestern China, a 50-year-old man rescued from a hotel after three days of the landslide. He was removed after 81 hours of searching. Over 10 thousand soldiers & safe guards are engaged in search of servivers in the mountain.
Due to torrential rains at Zochjo since Saturday night landslide happened & resulted a huge damage.


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