Tens of thousands of people evacuated after landslide dam causes flooding in Chinese city
Over 20,000 people were evacuated after a landslide and mudslide caused severe flooding in a city in southern China.
The video, shot on June 17 in Danba County, Sichuan Province, shows the mud that blocks a river and redirected water that floods streets and houses.
A landslide dam is a natural stagnation of a river caused by landslides or volcanic eruptions.
14 prisoners were successfully rescued while two are still missing.
The video was provided with permission from local media.
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