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Reporter: Latest on landslide in Qingping county

08-17-2010 08:14 BJT Special Report:China Fights Worst Flood in Decades |

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Since Thursday, 13 people have been killed and another 59 are still missing after landslides in Sichuan province. Officials estimate just over half a million people have been affected by the disaster with 20-thousand evacuated. Full Story>>

We are joined now by our reporter Shen Le, who has just arrived in the city of Mianzhu, one of the places most severely hit by the landslides.

Q1: What's the latest on the situation in Qingping County, and the city of Mianzhu, after Friday morning's major landslide?

Q2: How are local residents coping with the difficulties in the aftermath of this disaster? What have the authorities there done to help the area's inhabitants?

Editor:Zhang Ning |Source: CNTV

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