Typhoon Fitow

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Man holds baby as they get onto a raft pushed by rescuers on a flooded street after Typhoon Fitow hit Yuyao

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Typhoon Fitow barrelled into China's east coast Monday, packing winds of more than 200 kilometres (125 miles) an hour, after hundreds of thousands of people were evacuated and bullet train services were suspended. At least three people were reported killed, all of them near the city of Wenzhou in Zhejiang province, the state broadcaster CCTV said. (AFP)

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