Landslide buries road, killing at least one in northern Italy

BRESCIA, Italy (AP) — A huge landslide buried part of a road and railroad in northern Italy on Monday, killing at least one person, Italian news reports said.
A woman driving near the town of Darfo di Boario, about 62 miles east of Milan, died when the mass of rocks came crashing down from a roadside cliff, crushing her vehicle.
Rescue workers were searching the rubble, which covered an area of approximately 100 yards, for other victims.
Power and telephone lines in the area were also knocked down.
It was unclear why the rocks came loose, but 10 families living in the area were evacuated from their homes in case of further slides.