More than 5,000 rescuers have joined the landslide rescue operation at an industrial park in south China’s city of Shenzhen, said a city official on Wednesday at a press conference.
According to Zhang Hu, executive vice mayor of Shenzhen, one survivor had been rescued and four bodies found by 11:40 on Wednesday, 77 hours after the landslide.
Tian Zeming is the only survivor, so far, who’s been pulled out of the Shenzhen rubble in China near Hong Kong after a massive landslide hit an industrial area there days ago. Buried for over 67 hours, his survival is a miracle. CCTV’s Zhao Yunjie …
Google Earth satellite images show how the Shenzhen landfill has grown since August of 2002.