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Massive landslide in China’s Gansu buries fields and triggers power outages

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Massive landslide in China’s Gansu buries fields and triggers power outages

Massive landslide in China’s Gansu buries fields and triggers power outages

Dramatic video showed a massive landslide in northwestern China that buried several fields and caused a power outage in five villages yesterday (February 28).

The shocking clip shows the waves of loose soil tumbling down a mountain in a massive tide.

The nearby fields and some portacabins were buried but no casualties were reported.

Borderlines were set up around the area and large machinery was used to clean up the mess.

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