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    Landslide Traps More Than 400 People in Taiwan


    by NTDTelevision

    A rescue operation is underway in Taiwan to free more than 400 people trapped from landslides triggered by Typhoon Megi on Friday.

    23 people are reported missing.

    More than 20 vehicles have been trapped on the Suhua Provincial Highway.

    The landslides caused a section of road more than 1600 feet long to sink.

    On Thursday, Yilan County had accumulated 43 inches of rainfall, causing landslides and flooding.

    More than ten thousand households are without electricity, and 50 households are without water.