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Typhoon Nepartak leaves 2 dead, 17 blank in East China

A highway is broken by rain-triggered inundate during Yangzhong municipality in East China’s Fujian range on Jun 9, 2016. [Photo/Xinhua]

FUZHOU — Two people have died and 17 sojourn blank after Typhoon Nepartak done landfall and swept by East China’s Fujian province, authorities pronounced Sunday.

As of 1 pm, 438,000 residents in 9 cities had been temporarily relocated as a gale broken some-more than 1,000 houses, according to a created matter released by a provincial inundate control office.

Nearly 49,000 hectares of crops were shop-worn by a typhoon, 4,500 hectares of that were totally destroyed. Nearly 400 flights were canceled, and some-more than 300 bullet trains were suspended, according to a statement.

Heavy sleet is foresee to continue in a province, and a above numbers might rise.

Nepartak has faded into a pleasant depression, though will continue to move breeze and sleet to provinces including Jiangxi and Zhejiang, bringing some-more risks to a already-weather smashed area.

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