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#China: At Least 8 Dead After Heavy Rains Hit Northeast
Local Editor

At least eight people ended up dead and one went missing due to heavy rains that the Chinese province of Jilin.

Heavy rains claimed the lives of at least eight people and one person went missing in China's northeastern province of Jilin, local media reported on Saturday.

The strongest precipitation was recorded in the central county of Yongji, where the disaster reportedly killed five people, according to the Xinhua news agency.

According to the news agency, the continuous rainfalls damaged the infrastructure, including roads, bridges and houses, affecting nearly 320,000 people in 13 counties of the province.

Source: News Agencies, Edited by website team

15-07-2017 | 13:11

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