At least six people were killed and more than 100 reported missing after a landslide in China’s Sichuan province swallowed up homes on Saturday. Sixty-two homes were buried by rocks and boulders after the morning landslide, which is thought to have been caused by heavy rains. Local authorities said at least 112 people remain missing, as rescue workers use bulldozers and sniffer dogs to search for trapped residents. A couple and a baby were among those rescued after being pulled from the rubble and taken to a hospital for treatment earlier on Saturday. With weather forecasters predicting more rain in the area, President Xi Jinping urged rescuers to “spare no effort” in saving survivors. The disaster has been described as the biggest landslide to hit the area since the Wenchuan earthquake in 2008.