Landslides bury vehicles in southern China
BEIJING (AP) - Landslides have buried vehicles and trapped an unknown number of people in southern China's Guangxi province following days of heavy rain fed by a typhoon.
An officer with the Guiping city traffic police said Monday's landslides buried six vehicles, but it was not clear how many people were trapped. The woman declined to give her name as is common with Chinese police.
Three people died on Sunday in a landslide near the city of Wuzhou.
Rains brought by last week's Typhoon Utor have caused severe flooding across Guangxi and neighbouring Guangdong province.