6.6-Magnitude Earthquake Hits Southeast China

At least seven people were killed when a 6.6-magnitude earthquake hit southwest of Sichuan’s capital Chengdu on September 5, CGTN reported citing local officials.

CGTN also reported landslides caused by the quake, saying at least two people were injured and a number of people trapped under the rubble of collapsed buildings.

Video posted by China’s National Defense and Military channel shows soldiers on the scene in Ludong County as rocks and debris lie across roads. Credit: CCTV Military via Storyful

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