A landslide in central Vietnam on Sunday buried no less than 22 military personnel, only a week after one other landslide killed 13 as heavy rains continued to pound the area, state media reported.
The newest landslide despatched rock and earth crushing into a military camp on the foot of a mountain following every week of incessant rain in Quang Tri province, the official Vietnam News Agency reported.
Eight individuals have been in a position to escape whereas the 22 others are believed to be trapped beneath the rubble.
Three our bodies have been retrieved as about 100 rescuers dug via the mud seeking the lacking.
On Thursday, rescuers recovered 13 our bodies, 11 of them military officers, from a landslide in Thua Thien-Hue, Quang Tri’s neighbouring province.
The crew was on its option to one other landslide that was reported to have buried 16 employees at a hydroelectric plant development website, which stays inaccessible.
Torrential rains have brought about widespread floods in central Vietnam since final week and climate forecasters say extra rain is on the best way.