‘Once a Century’ storm floods Chinese province putting 127 million at risk

Once-a-Century-storm-China Photographs published by CCTV showed waterfront homes destroyed by a wall of brown mud, and people in fluorescent-colored ponchos sheltering in a soaked public sports court

Mathew 24:7 For nation will rise against nation, and kingdom against kingdom, and there will be famines and earthquakes in various places.

Important Takeaways:

  • Nearly 127million people in China brace for ‘once a century’ floods as biblical downpours trigger landslides and deluge cities – with terrified residents trapped in their homes as emergency crews launch rescue missions
  • Landslides in southern China injured at least six people and trapped others, state media reported Sunday, as a region with nearly 127million people braced for severe floods ‘seen around once a century’.
  • Torrential downpours across swathes of Guangdong province since Thursday have swollen rivers in the Pearl River Delta and triggered deluges in mountainous areas.
  • State broadcaster CCTV said Sunday that rains had sparked landslides affecting six villages in the northern Guangdong town of Jiangwan, ‘causing people to become trapped’

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