Heavy rain affects over 144,660 people in central China’s Henan

ZHENGZHOU: JULY 0 – More than 144,660 residents have been by torrential rains in central China’s Henan Province since July 16, and 10,152 have been relocated to safe places, the provincial flood control and drought relief headquarters said Tuesday.

A total of 16 large and medium-sized reservoirs have seen water rise above the alert level after torrential rains battered most parts of the province on Monday and Tuesday.

The rainfall was recorded in Lushan County of Pingdingshan City with 400.8 mm of precipitation.

The provincial meteorological bureau has raised the emergency for meteorological disasters to level II and made preparations for possible natural disasters triggered by persistent heavy rainfall.

Rainwater has damaged 9,222 hectares of crops, causing a direct economic loss of nearly 73 million yuan (about 11.3 million U


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Heavy rain affects over 144,660 people in central China’s Henan

ZHENGZHOU: JULY 20 – More than 144,660 residents have been affected by torrential rains in central China’s Henan since July 16, and 10,152 have been relocated to safe places, provincial flood control and drought relief headquarters said Tuesday.

A total of 16 large and medium-sized reservoirs have seen water levels rise above the alert level after torrential rains battered parts of the province on Monday and Tuesday.

The biggest rainfall was recorded in Lushan County of Pingdingshan City with 400.8 mm of precipitation.

The provincial meteorological bureau has raised the emergency response for meteorological disasters to level II and made preparations for possible natural disasters triggered by persistent heavy rainfall.

Rainwater has damaged 9,222 hectares of crops, causing a direct economic loss of nearly 73 yuan (about 11.3 million U


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Heavy rain affects over 144,660 people in central China’s Henan

ZHENGZHOU: JULY 20 More than 144,660 residents have been affected by torrential rains in central China’s Henan Province since July 16, and 10,152 have been relocated to safe places, the provincial flood control and drought headquarters said Tuesday.

A total of 16 large and medium-sized reservoirs have seen water levels rise above the alert level after torrential rains battered most parts of the province on and Tuesday.

The biggest rainfall recorded in Lushan County of Pingdingshan with 400.8 mm of precipitation.

The provincial meteorological bureau has raised the emergency response for meteorological disasters to level II and made preparations for possible natural disasters triggered by persistent heavy rainfall.

Rainwater has damaged 9,222 hectares of crops, causing a direct economic loss of nearly 73 yuan (about 11.3 million U


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Heavy rain affects over 144,660 people in central China’s Henan

ZHENGZHOU: JULY 20 – More than 144,660 residents have affected by torrential rains in central ’s Henan Province July 16, 10,152 have been relocated to safe places, the provincial flood control and drought relief headquarters said Tuesday.

A total of 16 large and medium-sized reservoirs have seen water levels rise above the alert level after torrential rains battered most parts of the province on Monday and Tuesday.

The biggest rainfall was recorded in Lushan County of Pingdingshan City with 400.8 mm of precipitation.

The provincial meteorological bureau has raised the response for meteorological disasters to level II and made preparations for possible natural disasters triggered by persistent rainfall.

Rainwater has damaged 9,222 hectares of crops, causing a direct economic loss of nearly 73 million yuan (about 11.3 million U


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