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Crossover: Rescue operation for mudslide in Sichuan

08-20-2012 08:58 BJT

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Heavy rains that lashed southwest China’s Sichuan Province Friday night have triggered mudslides in several cities, destroying roads and bridges. Rescue teams have been dispatched for relief work and many people in affected areas have been relocated. Full story>>

For more on the mudslides in Pengzhou of Sichuan Province, we are now joined by CCTV reporter Liu Yang.

Q1: Two people have been reported missing in the mudslide. How is the rescue operation going now?

Q2: It’s been reported that a bridge and some roads were damaged due to the mudslides. What have the local authorities done to offer relief?

Editor:Wang Chuhan |Source: CCTV.com

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