A man buried in rubble for more than 60 hours after a landslide hit the Chinese city of Shenzhen has been freed.
State media news agency Xinhua are reporting the 19-year-old survivor was found at 3:30pm on Wednesday (local time) under a collapsed building as is now receiving medical treatment.
At least one person is dead and 70 people remain missing after the landslide engulfed more than 30 buildings on Sunday morning, according to the BBC.
The landslide, which covered 380,000sqm, occurred due to a construction waste that unbalanced and collapsed after heavy downpour of rain.
The Ministry of Land and Resources has said the mountain of earth and construction waste was piled against a hill during the past two years, meaning the landslide was a man-made disaster.
Around 900 people were evacuated and an explosion of a natural gas pipeline was sparked, the BBC reports.