Around 33 persons were missing in China's Zhejiang province after heavy rains caused landslides, Chinese authorities said on Thursday.
A landslide occurred at Sucun village where 27 residents were missing after a heavy downpour brought on by typhoon Megi.
"Roughly 400,000 cubic metres of debris slid down the mountains and buried 20 houses and 17 other houses were also flooded. A township cadre who rushed to help relocate villagers is among the missing," an official said.
Six persons in Baofeng village were also missing after their homes were devastated by another landslide.
Government has mobilised nearly 1,200 persons, 21 excavators, four pumps, and other emergency equipment for the rescue effort.