Typhoon Saudel rips through South China Sea, heads for Vietnam

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    For more: https://www.cgtn.com/video #Typhoon #Saudel weakened to a tropical storm as it approached #Vietnam. It’s already lashed the Philippines and forced emergency evacuations in Chinese islands in the South China Sea. Hundreds of fishermen and residents took shelter from heavy rains and strong winds on Yongxing Island. A high-speed railway that loops around China’s southernmost island province of Hainan suspended services due to torrential rain. The storm is expected to hit Vietnam late on Saturday. More than a hundred people have died there in weeks of bad weather.

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