China says damage from tropical storm Krosa tops US$1 billion

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October 9, 2007 06:52

 
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Southeast China was digging out Tuesday from flooding and landslides after remnants of Typhoon Krosa deluged the region with torrential rains, causing damage estimated at more than US$1 billion. The storm dissipated late Monday, leaving flooded streets and fields, washed-out roads and railway lines and thousands of destroyed buildings, the official Xinhua News Agency and state television reports said. There were no reports of casualties from Krosa, downgraded from a typhoon to a tropical storm on Sunday. Authorities arranged the evacuations of nearly 1.6 million people in Fujian and Zhejiang provinces, to the south of Shanghai.

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