Severe flash floods sweep through N China’s Lvliang City

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Severe flash floods caused by torrential rain swept through Lvliang City, north China’s Shanxi Province on Thursday, leaving a trail of damage. The local meteorological station said Zhongyang County in Lvliang suffered its heaviest rainfall this year; the maximum rainfall reached 205.8 mm.

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