Flood-hit residents of China’s Henan province rescued after being trapped for three days

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  • South China Morning Post published this video item, entitled “Flood-hit residents of China’s Henan province rescued after being trapped for three days” – below is their description.

    Residents of Zhengzhou city were rescued from their homes three days after heavy rains flooded China’s central Henan province. They had been trapped without electricity, water or food. The storms have killed at least 33 people and affected more than 3 million across the province, according to local authorities.

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