Deaths by torrential rain in southern China

At least 15 people have died in torrential rains in southern China. It has been raining since Thursday evening in the Wuping region north of Vietnam on the east coast of China. More than 1,600 people have been evacuated.

Eight people were killed when two buildings were swept away by flooding in Fujian province. Five others were killed in southwestern Yunnan province. They were found under the rubble of a collapsed factory. Three people are still missing.

In the southern region of Guangxi, three children were swept away by the water. Two of them did not survive.

Roads, bridges, communication networks and power plants were damaged by the storm. Agriculture has also been hit hard by the abundant rain and mudslides.

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