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Woman TV reporter is rescued from China torrent

Most of the 67 people missing after a landslide in south-western China have been rescued, according to reports.

Residents of Puladi, in Yunnan province, were trapped in their homes by the rushing mud as they slept.

Unusually severe summer rains have triggered mudslides and floods that have killed more than 1,500 people across China in recent months.

About 470 people are still missing in Zhouqu county, Gansu province.

Footage shows a female television reporter nearly being swept away by raging floodwater in Sichuan province before being plucked to safety.

The BBC's Nicola Pearson reports.

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