Day Two in the Search for Victims Buried in China Landslide
Rescuers dig through piles of rock and mud that crashed down over a southwestern Chinese village on Saturday as 93 people remain missing.
Police stand guard at an entrance to the road that leads to the village of Xinmo, in Maoxian county in China's Sichuan province, where a landslide buried the village and more than 100 of its residents on June 24, 2017.
The landslide came down just after dawn on Saturday, and rescuers have since been digging through the earth and rocks as experts say it's unlikely any victims will be found alive. So far, 10 bodies have been recovered with more than 90 still missing. The avalanche crushed 62 homes, according to authorities.
Rescuers walk along the road into the landslide area, where the search for victims continues on June 25.
Rescue workers search for survivors on June 24.
Household goods are scattered among the debris as rescue workers search for victims on June 25.
A group of Chinese Muslims stand on an excavator after bringing food to rescuers on June 24.
Mourners wait at the site of the landslide while rescue workers clear rubble in search of bodies on June 25.
A rescue worker takes a nap on June 25.
Rescue workers carry a victim out of the rubble on June 25.
Women cry at the site of the landslide on June 25.
An elderly woman faints upon seeing the bodies of her dead relatives on June 25.
A man carries relief supplies as he heads to a landslide area on June 25.
Chinese military police and rescue workers look for victims on June 25.
Rescuers work to remove the body of a victim at the site of the landslide on June 24.
Relatives grieve near the bodies of loved ones on June 25.
Rescue workers stand in silent tribute before evacuating a body on June 25.
Relatives toss paper offerings to appease the dead at the site of the landslide on June 25.
Rescue workers search for survivors into the night on June 24.
A rescue worker rests in a tent on June 24.
Dusk falls over the site of the landslide on June 24.