KUNMING - Rescuers have recovered bodies of three people who went missing in Monday's landslide in southwest China's Yunnan Province.
The landslide occurred at 00:30 am in Gongshan Drung-Nu Autonomous County.
More than 300 rescuers were searching for another eight people still missing, according to a statement from the county publicity department.
Two bodies were identified as male citizens of Myanmar but the rescuers had not identified the other one yet, it added.
Rescuers said the missing people had a slim chance of survival.
Another 11 people were also injured in the landslide, according to previous reports.