BEIJING — Authorities pulled out the bodies of all 46 people, including 19 children, who were buried by a landslide that swept through a village in the steep, snow-dusted mountains of southern China, state media said Saturday.

The landslide smothered 14 homes in Zhaojiagou village in Yunnan province on Friday, the local county government of Zhenxiong said on its website.

The official Xinhua News Agency reported the identities of all of the victims, including 19 children and seven people who were more than 60 years old.