CHANGSHA, July 17 (Xinhua) -- Mountain torrents caused several landslides in an ethnic region in south China's Hunan Province on Sunday, damaging homes and disrupting traffic.
The authorities in Xiangxi Tujia and Miao Autonomous Prefecture in west Hunan are still investigating the damage caused. No casualties have been reported.
The landslides effected a section of rail track linking Jiaozuo City in central China's Henan Province with Liuzhou in southwest China's Guangxi. It also damaged a section of a provincial highway.
The mountain torrents were caused by heavy rain.