DU'AN, China (NBC/CCTV) - Traffic on a highway in southern China came to a standstill on Wednesday after it was blocked by a landslide.
Mud and rocks looked like a waterfall as they cascaded onto the highway.
The landslide slid part of a communications station down a steep slope.
Police blocked off the highway and set out signs for a detour.
Still, stranded cars lined up for nearly 2 miles as drivers waited to go around the landslide.
The highway is one of the most important roads connecting China's southern region of Guangxi with Southwest China.
The local traffic department said heavy rain caused the landslide.
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