Landslides in southeastern China, 32 people are missing

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Other six people are missing in Baofeng village. More than 400 rescuers are on site. More than 18,000 people had been relocated following heavy rain.Typhoon Megi, which lashed southeastern China caused more than $10 million in damage as it swept across Taiwan before weakening into a tropical storm. It was packing winds of up to 118 kilometers (74 miles) per hour. Almost 4 million homes were left without electricity and nearly 300,000 houses were without water, The local government described the situation as urgent. “This rescue operation is a race against time, the Suichang county government said. ”Taiwan’s Central Emergency Operations Center reported that 625 people were injured by Megi, including eight Japanese tourists. A number of people were killed. At Taiwan’s Taoyuan International Airport more than 200 flights were canceled.

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