Mon, June 08, 2009
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Rescue work for missing people in Chongqing landslide continues

2009-06-08 07:49:24 GMT2009-06-08 15:49:24 (Beijing Time)  Xinhua English

Firefighters pave way to set the water pipes to cool the drill at the site of the massive landslide in Chongqing Municipality, southwest China, June 7, 2009. The search for still missing people and rescue work for those trapped miners were continued on Sunday as rescuers race against time to save them.(Xinhua/Liu Chan)

Firefighters pave way to set the water pipes to cool the drill at the site of the massive landslide in Chongqing Municipality, southwest China, June 7, 2009. The search for still missing people and rescue work for those trapped miners were continued on Sunday as rescuers race against time to save them.(Xinhua/Jiang Yong)

A firefighter pave ways to set the water pipes to cool the drill at the site of the massive landslide in Chongqing Municipality, southwest China, June 7, 2009. The search for still missing people and rescue work for those trapped miners were continued on Sunday as rescuers race against time to save them.(Xinhua/Liu Chan)

Firefighters pave way to set the water pipes to cool the drill at the site of the massive landslide in Chongqing Municipality, southwest China, June 7, 2009.

The search for still missing people and rescue work for those trapped miners were continued on Sunday as rescuers race against time to save them.

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