Landslide in China kills 21 with 16 still missing
The death toll from a landslide that buried homes in eastern China has risen to 21 people, with 16 others still missing, local government officials have said.
A torrent of mud and rocks unleashed by heavy rains buried nearly 30 homes in a village in Zhejiang province on Friday night. Four people were confirmed dead soon after the landslide.
The Lishui city government, which administers Lidong village, where the landslide happened, said 21 bodies had been found as well as one survivor, who was in a stable condition.