After an enormous, man-made mountain of soil and construction waste collapsed Sunday at an industrial park in Shenzhen, China, leaving dozens missing, residents are wondering why warning signs were repeatedly ignored. Rescuers searched the site Tuesday.
After an enormous, man-made mountain of soil and construction waste collapsed Sunday at an industrial park in Shenzhen, China, leaving dozens missing, residents are wondering why warning signs were repeatedly ignored. Rescuers searched the site Tuesday. Andy Wong The Associated Press
After an enormous, man-made mountain of soil and construction waste collapsed Sunday at an industrial park in Shenzhen, China, leaving dozens missing, residents are wondering why warning signs were repeatedly ignored. Rescuers searched the site Tuesday. Andy Wong The Associated Press

Before Shenzhen, China, landslide, many saw warning signs as debris swelled

December 22, 2015 06:56 PM

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