"Lifeline" in Wenchuan earthquake now cut off by mudslides

17:01, July 04, 2011      

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A man walks on a highway damaged by rain-triggered mudslides in Wenchuan County, southwest China's Sichuan Province, July 4, 2011. State Highway 213 was referred to as a "lifeline" by rescue workers following the devastating 2008 Wenchuan earthquake. The recent continuous heavy downpours have caused mud-and-rock slides, which cut off the highway in a number of sections. (Xinhua/Li Qiaoqiao)

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