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ensho Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Wed Jul-23-08 11:03 AM
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it rained the other day in Hubei -- 6 dead

Area: China, Province of Hubei, , Xiangfan City


Rainstorms have left six people dead and affected 584,000 in China's Hubei Province. Rain began to hit the central province on Sunday. The worst-hit Xiangfan City reported precipitation of 271 mm over 12 hours on Tuesday. Three people were swept away by rainstorm-triggered floods, two were killed by lightning strikes and one died in a house collapse, according to the provincial flood control authorities. About 12,000 people had been evacuated. Local meteorologists said the rain would continue on Wednesday.

Event exciting : Heavy Rains
Number of deaths: 6 persons
Damage level: Heavy (Level 3)
Population: 584000 persons


Dolly is starting to rain on Texas and Mex. - hope nobody dies

nowadays when it rains you don't know weather to expect a normal rain or a deadly flooding
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