Scores of people were missing Sunday after a landslide occurred in an industrial park in southern China that buried dozens of buildings, sparked an explosion from a ruptured national gas pipeline, and forced the evacuation of roughly 900 people.
"I saw red earth and mud running towards the company building," Xinhua quotes one local worker as saying.
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Official reports from the government-controlled media left out the cause of the landslide in Shenzhen, Guangdong Province, the New York Times reports.
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