mountain of construction debris that swallowed cars and buildings in
China was a result of safety violations -- not a natural disaster, state
体说中国的建筑垃圾山掩埋大量的车辆和建筑是安全违规事故 - 而不是自然
Rescue crews have pulled out four bodies after the landslide in
Shenzhen on Sunday.
As many as 73 people are still missing, according to CNN’s
calculations based on Chinese media.
State investigators say they have determined the landslide was caused
by unsafe conditions, according to the Xinhua news agency.
"Those responsible for the incident will be seriously punished in
accordance with laws and regulations," a state investigation team said
Shenzhen emergency officials said at least 16 people remain
hospitalized -- three in serious condition.
Excavators have been working to clear the rubble, dwarfed by the sheer
scale of the landslide. It covered 380,000 square meters (94 acres) --
or around 60 football fields.