A massive landslide took place in southwest China on Sunday, August 6, causing a major road route to be blocked for about three hours. At least according to state media reported so who knows what really happened?
Cell phone footage aired on the state broadcaster CCTV showed people fleeing from a large dust cloud generated by the landslide on the National Highway 213 located in Mao County, Sichuan Province.
The landslide caused about 26,000 cubic yards of mud to tumble down the hillside. No one was injured no one, again according to state media, citing the emergency office of Ngawa Tibetan and Qiang Autonomous Prefecture.