Eight people are missing after a landslide in Switzerland, police said on Thursday.
The disaster took place in the in the Swiss village of Bondo, in Kanton Graubünden, reported British newspaper The Sun.
Those missing include German, Austrian and Swiss citizens, the report said. The landslide also forced the evacuation of several small villages in south-eastern Switzerland.
“In the region of Val Bondasca, eight people who were there at the time of the landslide have not been found,” the Graubunden cantonal police was cited as saying in a statement.
The disaster happened only four days after six hikers were hit by falling rocks in a similar incident in the alpine nation. (StraitsTimes)