China-Downpour/East

Downpours cause embankment collapses, landslides in east China province

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Jiangxi Province, east China - July 9-10, 2019 (CCTV - No access Chinese mainland)
1. Various of flood, flooded houses
2. Various of soldiers, workers reinforcing embankment
3. Various of debris left by landslide, clearing work in progress; "No Passing" sign set up on road
4. Various of flooded area
5. Various of traffic police implementing traffic control around Ganjiang River
6. Various of dam on Ganjiang River, dam discharging floodwater

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Downpours caused river embankment collapses and roadside landslides in several cities in east China's Jiangxi Province from Tuesday to Wednesday.

Relevant local departments have implemented rescue operations and activated emergency response plans.

A river dike burst in Zhangxiang Town of Jiangxi's Fengcheng City Tuesday morning, leaving hundreds of people and their property in danger.

The local authorities immediately organized a rescue force to help those in trouble. They eliminated dangers by 04:00 Wednesday.

A 25-meter landslide occurred at a river dike in Daqiao Subdistrict of Zhangshu City on Wednesday. After more than five hours of emergency maintenance, reinforcement of the dike was finished.

The continuous downpour also caused many roadside landslides in Xingan County of Ji'an City. Debris-clearing and road maintenance works were implemented.

Various sections of the local Ganjiang River saw surges of water levels, with some higher than the alert level, causing flooding of nearby roads. Local traffic police carried out controls on road sections around the Ganjiang River.

One reservoir on the Ganjiang River was forced to discharge water in order to ease the pressure of floods from the upper stream.

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  • ID : 8115692
  • Published : 2019-07-11 11:27
  • Last Modified : 2019-07-11 11:28:49
  • Location : Jiangxi,China
  • Category : weather,disaster and accident,environment,society
  • Duration : 2'32
  • Audio Language : Nats/Part Mute
  • Source : China Central Television (CCTV)
  • Restrictions : No access Chinese mainland
  • Version : 3

China-Downpour/East

Downpours cause embankment collapses, landslides in east China province

Dateline : July 9-10, 2019

Location : Jiangxi,China

Duration : 2'32

  • English


Jiangxi Province, east China - July 9-10, 2019 (CCTV - No access Chinese mainland)
1. Various of flood, flooded houses
2. Various of soldiers, workers reinforcing embankment
3. Various of debris left by landslide, clearing work in progress; "No Passing" sign set up on road
4. Various of flooded area
5. Various of traffic police implementing traffic control around Ganjiang River
6. Various of dam on Ganjiang River, dam discharging floodwater


Downpours caused river embankment collapses and roadside landslides in several cities in east China's Jiangxi Province from Tuesday to Wednesday.

Relevant local departments have implemented rescue operations and activated emergency response plans.

A river dike burst in Zhangxiang Town of Jiangxi's Fengcheng City Tuesday morning, leaving hundreds of people and their property in danger.

The local authorities immediately organized a rescue force to help those in trouble. They eliminated dangers by 04:00 Wednesday.

A 25-meter landslide occurred at a river dike in Daqiao Subdistrict of Zhangshu City on Wednesday. After more than five hours of emergency maintenance, reinforcement of the dike was finished.

The continuous downpour also caused many roadside landslides in Xingan County of Ji'an City. Debris-clearing and road maintenance works were implemented.

Various sections of the local Ganjiang River saw surges of water levels, with some higher than the alert level, causing flooding of nearby roads. Local traffic police carried out controls on road sections around the Ganjiang River.

One reservoir on the Ganjiang River was forced to discharge water in order to ease the pressure of floods from the upper stream.

ID : 8115692

Published : 2019-07-11 11:27

Last Modified : 2019-07-11 11:28:49

Source : China Central Television (CCTV)

Restrictions : No access Chinese mainland

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