Thousands of residents in central China’s Xinxiang city band together to fight rising floodwaters

South China Morning Post published this video item, entitled “Thousands of residents in central China’s Xinxiang city band together to fight rising floodwaters” – below is their description.

Water levels of lakes and rivers inside Xinxiang city in central China’s Henan province have been rising for days due to the inflow of floodwaters, threatening the safety of the city’s residents. Thousands have come together to fight the rising waters, in hopes of averting a disaster.

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