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South China’s Fujian prepares for approaching Typhoon Danas

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Zhangzhou City, Fujian Province, east China - July 16, 2019 (Fujian Media Group - No access Chinese mainland)
1. Fishing boats on sea
2. Various of police officers checking fishing boats, calling fishermen to go ashore
3. Fishing boats on sea
4. SOUNDBITE (Chinese) Lin Zewen, police officer from Shenwo border police station:
"Now the wind and waves at the seaside are obviously higher than usual. We timely inform the fishermen on ship of the time and path of the typhoon, and work with the local authorities to persuade the fishermen on board to go ashore, so as to ensure the safety of their lives and property."
5. Various of police officers helping fishermen transferring stuff, talking to fisherman on board
6. SOUNDBITE (Chinese) name not given, fisherman (ending with shots 7-8):
"[Police officers] from the border police station came to check [fishing rafts]and helped us transfer stuff early in the morning."
7. Police officers talking to people on board
8. Fishing boats on sea

Putian City, Fujian Province, east China - July 17, 2019 (Fujian Media Group - No access Chinese mainland)
9. Farmland
10. Various of harvester in operation
11. Various of rice poured in truck
12. Various of harvester in operation


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South China's Fujian Province is taking various precautionary measures against approaching Typhoon Danas.

Danas, the fifth typhoon of this year, is expected to bring strong winds and downpours to east and south China within two days.

A border police station in Longhai, a county-level city in Zhangzhou City, Fujian, on Tuesday promptly launched the emergency plan, organized reinforcement of patrol efforts along ports and maritime patrol to notify fishing boats and rafts to stay in harbor and to assist local fishermen in taking various typhoon prevention measures.

"Now the wind and waves at the seaside are obviously higher than usual. We timely inform the fishermen on ships of the time and path of the typhoon, and work with the local authorities to persuade the fishermen on board to go ashore, so as to ensure the safety of their lives and property," said Lin Zewen, a police officer from Shenwo border police station.

Meanwhile, the police also visited aquiculture areas to help farmers fasten fish rafts and transfer important supplies to the shore to make all preparations for flood and typhoon control.

"[Police officers] from the border police station came to check [fishing rafts]and helped us transfer stuff early in the morning," said a fisherman.

The agricultural machinery department of Hanjiang District in Putian City has also borrowed harvesters from neighboring provinces ofJiangsu and Zhejiang to help farmers harvest early rice ahead of the typhoon.



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China-Typhoon/Preparation

South China’s Fujian prepares for approaching Typhoon Danas

Dateline : July 16/17, 2019

Location : Fujian Province,China

Duration : 1'43

  • English
  • Français
  • العربية


Zhangzhou City, Fujian Province, east China - July 16, 2019 (Fujian Media Group - No access Chinese mainland)
1. Fishing boats on sea
2. Various of police officers checking fishing boats, calling fishermen to go ashore
3. Fishing boats on sea
4. SOUNDBITE (Chinese) Lin Zewen, police officer from Shenwo border police station:
"Now the wind and waves at the seaside are obviously higher than usual. We timely inform the fishermen on ship of the time and path of the typhoon, and work with the local authorities to persuade the fishermen on board to go ashore, so as to ensure the safety of their lives and property."
5. Various of police officers helping fishermen transferring stuff, talking to fisherman on board
6. SOUNDBITE (Chinese) name not given, fisherman (ending with shots 7-8):
"[Police officers] from the border police station came to check [fishing rafts]and helped us transfer stuff early in the morning."
7. Police officers talking to people on board
8. Fishing boats on sea

Putian City, Fujian Province, east China - July 17, 2019 (Fujian Media Group - No access Chinese mainland)
9. Farmland
10. Various of harvester in operation
11. Various of rice poured in truck
12. Various of harvester in operation



South China's Fujian Province is taking various precautionary measures against approaching Typhoon Danas.

Danas, the fifth typhoon of this year, is expected to bring strong winds and downpours to east and south China within two days.

A border police station in Longhai, a county-level city in Zhangzhou City, Fujian, on Tuesday promptly launched the emergency plan, organized reinforcement of patrol efforts along ports and maritime patrol to notify fishing boats and rafts to stay in harbor and to assist local fishermen in taking various typhoon prevention measures.

"Now the wind and waves at the seaside are obviously higher than usual. We timely inform the fishermen on ships of the time and path of the typhoon, and work with the local authorities to persuade the fishermen on board to go ashore, so as to ensure the safety of their lives and property," said Lin Zewen, a police officer from Shenwo border police station.

Meanwhile, the police also visited aquiculture areas to help farmers fasten fish rafts and transfer important supplies to the shore to make all preparations for flood and typhoon control.

"[Police officers] from the border police station came to check [fishing rafts]and helped us transfer stuff early in the morning," said a fisherman.

The agricultural machinery department of Hanjiang District in Putian City has also borrowed harvesters from neighboring provinces ofJiangsu and Zhejiang to help farmers harvest early rice ahead of the typhoon.



ID : 8116369

Published : 2019-07-18 16:05

Last Modified : 2019-07-18 20:30:26

Source : Fujian Media Group

Restrictions : No access Chinese mainland

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