Cars are washed away on a slope by tidal waves as toys like torrential rain in the Chinese province

Shocking moments when cars & # 39; s on a slope are washed away by flooding as toys, while heavy rainfall hits a Chinese province

  • Floods caused devastation in southwestern Guizhou after severe storms last week
  • Heavy showers lasted from Saturday to Monday, killing three people
  • Precipitation in the city of Zunyi, one of the worst affected areas, reached almost 200 mm
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Heavy rain and sudden floods have caused great damage in southwest China, with the serious roads blocking the weather, destroying homes and forcing the local population to evacuate.

Heavy showers lasted from Saturday to Monday in Guizhou Province, leaving three people dead and three others missing, according to state media.

Shocking images show that several parked vehicles are being swept away like toys by raging floods during a mud stream while helpless residents watched.

Heavy rain and sudden floods have caused great damage in southwest China, with the serious roads blocking the weather, destroying homes and forcing locals to evacuate

Heavy showers lasted from Saturday to Monday in Guizhou Province, leaving three people dead and three others missing, according to state media
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Heavy showers lasted from Saturday to Monday in Guizhou Province, leaving three people dead and three others missing, according to state media

Shocking images show that several parked vehicles are being swept away as toys by raging floods during a mudslide in Guizhou province, while helpless residents watched

The video, filmed in Yanhe Tujia Autonomous County, shows the cars that are washed down on a slope and fall into the Wu River, the largest southern tributary of the Yangtze River.

The video, filmed in Yanhe Tujia Autonomous County, shows the cars that are washed down on a slope and fall into the Wu River, the largest southern tributary of the Yangtze River.

The video, filmed in Yanhe Tujia Autonomous County, shows the cars that are washed down on a slope and fall into the Wu River, the largest southern tributary of the Yangtze River.

The video, shot in Yanhe Tujia Autonomous County on Saturday, shows how the cars are washed away on a slope and fall into the Wu River, the largest southern tributary of the Yangtze River.

Precipitation in the city of Zunyi, one of the worst affected areas, reached nearly 200 millimeters (7.8 inches), causing meteorological authorities to warn a red thunderstorm.

More than 455,000 people were affected by the floods and at least 600 homes were damaged, according to China News.

Precipitation in the city of Zunyi, one of the worst affected areas, reached nearly 200 millimeters (7.8 inches), causing meteorological authorities to warn a red thunderstorm
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Precipitation in the city of Zunyi, one of the worst affected areas, reached nearly 200 millimeters (7.8 inches), causing meteorological authorities to warn a red thunderstorm

Precipitation in the city of Zunyi, one of the worst affected areas, reached nearly 200 millimeters (7.8 inches), causing meteorological authorities to warn a red thunderstorm

More than 1,000 rescuers from emergency aid teams were called in to evacuate villagers and perform emergency repairs

More than 1,000 rescuers from emergency aid teams were called in to evacuate villagers and perform emergency repairs

More than 1,000 rescuers from emergency aid teams were called in to evacuate villagers and perform emergency repairs

The floods wiped out more than 1,500 hectares of crops and the direct economic losses amounted to 776 million yuan (£ 89 million), it added.

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More than 1,000 rescuers from emergency aid teams were summoned to evacuate villagers and perform emergency repairs.

The flood-prone Yangtze River, which runs from Yunnan in the southwest to Jiangsu and Shanghai on the east coast, has seen a huge increase in water volumes, causing flooding in many of its tributaries and water volumes in the gigantic Three Gorges reservoir have come close to registering levels.

More than 455,000 people were affected by the floods and at least 600 homes were damaged, according to China News

More than 455,000 people were affected by the floods and at least 600 homes were damaged, according to China News

The floods wiped out more than 1,500 hectares of crops and the direct economic losses amounted to 776 million yuan (£ 89 million).

The floods wiped out more than 1,500 hectares of crops and the direct economic losses amounted to 776 million yuan (£ 89 million).

More than 455,000 people were affected by the floods and at least 600 homes were damaged

An aerial view shows buildings and other infrastructure submerged in high water in Rongan, Guangxi. At least 49 people died and 14 others disappeared because of heavy rainfall in South China at the beginning of June
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An aerial view shows buildings and other infrastructure submerged in high water in Rongan, Guangxi. At least 49 people died and 14 others disappeared because of heavy rainfall in South China at the beginning of June

An aerial view shows buildings and other infrastructure submerged in high water in Rongan, Guangxi. At least 49 people died and 14 others disappeared because of heavy rainfall in South China at the beginning of June

Floods, landslides and mudslides caused by torrential rains have affected more than 4.5 million people in eight provinces in southern China

Floods, landslides and mudslides caused by torrential rains have affected more than 4.5 million people in eight provinces in southern China

Floods, landslides and mudslides caused by torrential rains have affected more than 4.5 million people in eight provinces in southern China

Just two weeks ago at least 49 people were killed and 14 others went missing after heavy rains hit South China.

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Floods, landslides and mudslides caused by torrential rains have affected more than 4.5 million people in eight provinces, including Guangxi and Guangdong.

China & # 39; s disaster relief committee said more than 7,000 homes have collapsed and more than 300,000 people have been evacuated because flooding waters in some areas reached up to two meters (6.5 feet).

The authority said in a statement on its social media account that the direct economic losses amounted to 10 billion yuan (£ 1.1 billion).

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