Torrential rain and landslides have killed at least 66 people and left another 66 missing in south and central China since the beginning of June, state media reported Thursday. More than 30,000 people have been forced to relocate to avoid floods and landslides in the provinces of Sichuan, Jiangxi, Hunan and Guizhou, and in the region of Guangxi Zhuang, the local news agency said. In southwest China's Sichuan, the worst hit area, landslides triggered by rainstorms left 46 dead and 66 missing, the report said, citing Wei Hong, deputy governor of the province. Heavy rain has destroyed 180 homes in Jiangxi in the east and caused an estimated 342 million yuan (50 million dollars) in damages, the local government said, according to the report. Officials in Guangxi Zhuang in the south have warned that 1,868 sites could face landslides, putting 190,000 people and 1.5 billion yuan worth of property at risk, it said.