Rescue Crews Search For Survivors Following Deadly Earthquake In China

At least 19 people were killed and about 250 injured in the quake that struck a remote region of China's Sichuan province that is popular among tourists.

Rescue workers in China are still sifting through debris in the hunt for survivors of an earthquake that left at least 19 people dead and around 250 others injured in southwestern Sichuan province, according to China's.

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