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CAUGHT ON CAMERA: 4 men escape car pounded by landslide

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YAN'AN CITY, CHINA -

Three inches of rain fell only two hours in northwest China last week.  It's typical of what the area's seen for the last month.

Surveillance video shows a driver and three passengers making their way down one road when a mudslide came surging off a hillside, pounding the top of the car.

You can see in the video, two men get out of the car and run away.  After the minute-long landslide ended, another man can be seen falling out of the car.  That's when all three went back to rescue the last passenger.

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