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>> A massive landslide killing dozens of people Sunday at a garbage dump on the outskirts of the Ethiopian capital of Addis Ababa. Local authorities saying, at least 35 people have been killed, another 28 injured, 2 seriously. Many more are missing. Rescuers using bulldozers to dig around makeshift houses in a desperate search for survivors who could be trapped beneath a mountain of trash.
The victims authority say, we're searching for food and other goods here. Hundreds of people rely on the giant 50-year old reapy dump, the city's only landfill site. They sift through the garbage for food and scavenge for items they can sell like recyclable metal. Most of the dead reportedly are women and children.
City spokeswoman saying, she expected more bodies to be found as the recovery efforts continue.