China-Rainstorm/Typhoon/Aftermath

Rainstorms, typhoon wreak havoc in parts of China

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Zhongjiang County, Deyang City, Sichuan Province, southwest China - July 12, 2018 (CCTV - No access Chinese mainland)
1. Aerial shot of river
2. Vehicle turning on flooded road
3. Residents walking through floodwater
4. Speed boat on trailer, rubber boat, rescuers
5. Floodwater
6. Muddy road, pedestrians, rescuers


Tailu Town, Lianjiang County, Fuzhou City, Fujian Province, east China - July 12, 2018 (CCTV - No access Chinese mainland)
7. Ships in water
8. Various of villagers, bikers on severely damaged road
9. Various of damaged road surface
10. Barricaded windows on building, villagers
11. Rocks
12. Mangled debris, damaged fridge
13. Damaged door on ground, damaged steps
14. Electricians repairing power supply line on street
15. Damaged coastal wall, buildings, boat

Storyline


Heavy rainstorms and the devastating Typhoon Maria have wreaked havoc in several parts of China, inflicting widespread damage to buildings and leaving roads flooded.

Heavy rain has been lashing many parts of southwest China's Sichuan Province for several days, with 18 rivers in the province swelled up above the warning water level over the past 24 hours.

Authorities in Sichuan initiated a level-two emergency response program on Wednesday, the first time such emergency measures have been launched in the province for six years.

In Zhongjiang County, rain continued to fall on Thursday morning, with the deluge expected to end around noon.

Firefighters and armed police are on standby to evacuate residents, while rubber boats and speed boats have also been deployed to the site as part of rescue efforts.

Meanwhile, Typhoon Maria, the eighth typhoon of the year, has left a trail of destruction after making landfall at around 09:10 on Wednesday in Lianjiang County east China's Fujian Province.

Many roads and houses in the county's Lutai Village suffered extensive damaged from the strong gales and huge waves brought by Maria, which made landfall just 10 kilometers away.

With the worst of the storm having passed, clean-up work gradually got underway on Thursday and many of the villagers and boats that took shelter in other places have now returned. Residents have been forced to make a lengthy detour, however, since the main access road was destroyed by the onslaught of the typhoon.

Electricians are also busily repairing damaged power supply lines, with services expected to be resumed by Thursday evening.

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  • Published : 2018-07-12 09:39
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