From Daily Mail

Nearly one thousand people are searching this morning for survivors buried under a mysterious landslide that has covered a 300-metre stretch of a motorway in Taiwan.

At least two people in two separate vehicles are believed to be buried under the tons of rock and earth after the landslide on Sunday afternoon near Keelung.

One of the missing was a 55-year-old female taxi driver whose surname is Lin. Her car vanished from her company’s global positioning system almost exactly at the location of the landslide, Taiwanese reports said.

The wife of the other missing person, a man surnamed Yeh, turned up at the site of the disaster last night, pleading for quicker action.

A couple who have been missing for 24 hours and who were believed to have been travelling in the area at the time may also have been buried, it is feared.

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