Drone video shows scale of China floods damage – BBC News

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Aerial images capture the scale of floods in China’s Henan province, showing stranded cars and roads still substantially under water.

Twelve people were killed after record-breaking rainfall flooded underground railway tunnels in the city of Zhengzhou, leaving passengers trapped in rising waters.

More than 500 people were eventually rescued from the tunnels in Henan province, officials said.

Days of rain have caused widespread damage and led to some 400,000 evacuations.

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