MAOXIAN, Sichuan Province, June 27 (Xinhua) — Technological advances over the past decade have helped make China’s disaster rescue more sophisticated.

This was demonstrated recently after landslides hit a valley in the southwestern province of Sichuan, and rescue workers were warned of risks.

As rescuers were combing through the debris Monday during the search for 93 missing people, they were ordered to leave the site as a slope stability radar sensed secondary slides.

The following day, another landslide hit.



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