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Trapped residents transferred to safe place in SE China

2010-06-26 11:42:04 GMT2010-06-26 19:42:04 (Beijing Time)  Xinhua English

Trapped people of Laoshanfang Village transfer to temporary settlement with the help of armed police soldiers in Jiangle County, east China's Fujian Province, June 25, 2010. Continual torrential rains caused debris flows and mountain slides in many villages of Jiangle County in the past few days. Local armed police walked all the way through the mountain to transfer the rest some 60 people of Laoshanfang Village in a tight spot to safety for temporary settlement Friday, since communications and power supply of the village would be cut off for a rather long time. (Xinhua/Lu Lijie)

Armed police soldiers transfer trapped people of Laoshanfang Village of Jiangle County, east China's Fujian Province, June 25, 2010. Continual torrential rains caused debris flows and mountain slides in many villages of Jiangle County in the past few days. Local armed police walked all the way through the mountain to transfer the rest some 60 people of Laoshanfang Village in a tight spot to safety for temporary settlement Friday, since communications and power supply of the village would be cut off for a rather long time. (Xinhua/Lu Lijie)

An armed police soldier walks on the muddy mountain road with a child in arms when transferring trapped people of Laoshanfang Village of Jiangle County, east China's Fujian Province, June 25, 2010. Continual torrential rains caused debris flows and mountain slides in many villages of Jiangle County in the past few days. Local armed police walked all the way through the mountain to transfer the rest some 60 people of Laoshanfang Village in a tight spot to safety for temporary settlement Friday, since communications and power supply of the village would be cut off for a rather long time. (Xinhua/Lu Lijie)

An armed police soldier walks on the muddy mountain road with a child in arms when transferring trapped people of Laoshanfang Village of Jiangle County, east China's Fujian Province, June 25, 2010. Continual torrential rains caused debris flows and mountain slides in many villages of Jiangle County in the past few days. Local armed police walked all the way through the mountain to transfer the rest some 60 people of Laoshanfang Village in a tight spot to safety for temporary settlement Friday, since communications and power supply of the village would be cut off for a rather long time. (Xinhua/Lu Lijie)

Armed police soldiers help transfer a deformed villager of Laoshanfang Village to safety in Jiangle County, east China's Fujian Province, June 25, 2010. Continual torrential rains caused debris flows and mountain slides in many villages of Jiangle County in the past few days. Local armed police walked all the way through the mountain to transfer the rest some 60 people of Laoshanfang Village in a tight spot to safety for temporary settlement Friday, since communications and power supply of the village would be cut off for a rather long time. (Xinhua/Lu Lijie)

Trapped people of Laoshanfang Village transfer to temporary settlement with the help of armed police soldiers in Jiangle County, east China's Fujian Province, June 25, 2010. Continual torrential rains caused debris flows and mountain slides in many villages of Jiangle County in the past few days. Local armed police walked all the way through the mountain to transfer the rest some 60 people of Laoshanfang Village in a tight spot to safety for temporary settlement Friday, since communications and power supply of the village would be cut off for a rather long time.

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