Rescuers have pulled out the first body from the Shenzhen landslide in China, as signs emerge that several survivors are trapped alive in the rubble.
State news agency Xinhua said the body was dug out early on Tuesday. The massive landslide engulfed 33 buildings in an industrial district on Sunday.
7 people have been rescued while the number of missing was revised down to 85 from 91 yesterday.
A huge mound of construction debris collapsed, causing the landslide.