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Death Toll Rises As Rainstorms Devastate Southern China (photo)

Posted by Author on May 10, 2010

By Shanshan Wu, Epoch Times Staff –

On May 7, Guangdong experienced heavy rains that submerged thousands of cars under water. (The Epoch Times Archive)

Since May 5, heavy rainstorms have been causing destruction and mudslides in the provinces of southern China, including Sichuan, Hunan, Jiangxi, and Guangdong. As of this report, 86 people are dead or missing. The rainstorms have affected millions of people, displacing about 250,000, and damaging nearly 10,000 houses.

The “most powerful rainstorm in Guangdong history” began on the night of May 6, and 16 people there have died with 4 still missing. After a mere few hours of heavy rain in Guangdong, over 30 parking garages are flooded and thousands of cars lie beneath the water level. A worker at a property company in Longkou District in the city of Guangzhou told the Information Times, “Last night (May 6) we had to stuff the entrances of the underground parking garage with sandbags, but the rain came so hard. It was just like a waterfall.”…… (more details from The Epochtimes)

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