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15 killed, 3 missing as rainstorms hit north China’s Shanxi

From Oct. 2 to 7, Shanxi experienced the strongest autumn flood on record. Continuous rainfall has affected nearly 1.76 million residents in 76 county-level regions across the province, and 120,100 people have been relocated.

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Taiyuan: Continuous rainstorms have left 15 people dead and three others missing in north China’s Shanxi Province, according to a press conference held on Tuesday by the provincial government.

From Oct. 2 to 7, Shanxi experienced the strongest autumn flood on record. Continuous rainfall has affected nearly 1.76 million residents in 76 county-level regions across the province, and 120,100 people have been relocated.

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About 238,460 hectares of crops have been damaged, 37,700 houses collapsed or were seriously damaged, causing direct economic losses of 5.03 billion yuan (about 780 million U.S. dollars).

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