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Authorities launch massive rescue efforts in China’s Shenzhen landslide

Chinese state media says rescue mission include members of the armed forces.

Authorities launch massive rescue efforts in China’s Shenzhen landslide
Rescuers search for survivors in the rubble of collapsed buildings on December 21, 2015 in Shenzhen, China. The number of missing people was revised to 85 from 91 after a landslide hit an industrial park and buried 33 buildings in Shenzhen city on Sunday. (Getty Images)
Authorities launch massive rescue efforts in China’s Shenzhen landslide
Rescuers search for survivors in the rubble of collapsed buildings on December 21, 2015 in Shenzhen, China. The number of missing people was revised to 85 from 91 after a landslide hit an industrial park and buried 33 buildings in Shenzhen city on Sunday. (Getty Images)
Authorities launch massive rescue efforts in China’s Shenzhen landslide
An aerial view of a landslide at Liuxi industrial park on December 21, 2015 in Shenzhen, China. The number of missing people was revised to 85 from 91 after a landslide hit an industrial park and buried 33 buildings in Shenzhen city on Sunday. (Getty Images)
Authorities launch massive rescue efforts in China’s Shenzhen landslide
Rescuers search for survivors on the rubble of collapsed buildings on December 21, 2015 in Shenzhen, China. Three people were injured and at least 91 remain missing after a landslide hit an industrial park and buried 33 buildings in Shenzhen city on Sunday. (Getty Images)
Authorities launch massive rescue efforts in China’s Shenzhen landslide
Rescuers search for survivors in the rubble of collapsed buildings on December 20, 2015 in Shenzhen, China. Three people were injured and at least 91 remain missing after a landslide hit an industrial park and buried 33 buildings in Shenzhen city on Sunday. (Getty Images)
Authorities launch massive rescue efforts in China’s Shenzhen landslide
Rescuers search for survivors in the rubble of collapsed buildings on December 21, 2015 in Shenzhen, China. The number of missing people was revised to 85 from 91 after a landslide hit an industrial park and buried 33 buildings in Shenzhen city on Sunday. (Getty Images)
Authorities launch massive rescue efforts in China’s Shenzhen landslide
Rescuers search for survivors in the rubble of collapsed buildings on December 21, 2015 in Shenzhen, China. The number of missing people was revised to 85 from 91 after a landslide hit an industrial park and buried 33 buildings in Shenzhen city on Sunday. (Getty Images)