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Horror at a Chinese village school after landslide sent boulders as tall as SIX FEET crashing through classrooms packed with pupils
A Chinese primary school was severely damaged by a landslide yesterday leaving at least 21 pupils injured.
The incident occurred at 11:30am at Fushi Town's Liuliao Village in Rong'an County, southern China's Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region, according to the People's Daily Online.
The rockslide, which was reportedly triggered by persistent rain, sent giant boulders down the slope which crashed into classrooms packed with grade one and grade two pupils.