Север Китая затопило ливнями

22 Сентября 2011, 16:24

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In this picture taken on September 19, 2011, a boy looks from the balcony of his home after flood waters swamped Guangan, southwest China's Sichuan province, as unprecedented rains over the past week have swamped parts of northern, central and southwest China. Heavy rains and floods across China have left 57 people dead, dozens of others missing and hundreds injured, while more than a million residents have been evacuated from their homes, the government said. CHINA OUT AFP PHOTO
In this picture taken on September 19, 2011, local residents salvage their belongings after flood waters swamped the city of Guangan, southwest China's Sichuan province as unprecedented rains over the past week have swamped parts of northern, central and southwest China. Heavy rains and floods across China have left 57 people dead, dozens of others missing and hundreds injured, while more than a million residents have been evacuated from their homes, the government said. CHINA OUT AFP PHOTO
In this picture taken on September 19, 2011, flood waters swamp a neighbourhood in Guangan, southwest China's Sichuan province, as unprecedented rains over the past week have swamped parts of northern, central and southwest China. Heavy rains and floods across China have left 57 people dead, dozens of others missing and hundreds injured, while more than a million residents have been evacuated from their homes, the government said. CHINA OUT AFP PHOTO
Residents try to salvage and clean up their belongings after flood waters swarmed the city of Guangan, southwest China's Sichuan province on September 19, 2011, as unprecedented rains over the past week have swamped parts of northern, central and southwest China. Heavy rains and floods across China have left 57 people dead, dozens of others missing and hundreds injured, while more than a million residents have been evacuated from their homes, the government said. CHINA OUT AFP PHOTO
Local residents salvage their belongings after flood waters swarmed the city of Guangan, southwest China's Sichuan province on September 19, 2011, as unprecedented rains over the past week have swamped parts of northern, central and southwest China. Heavy rains and floods across China have left 57 people dead, dozens of others missing and hundreds injured, while more than a million residents have been evacuated from their homes, the government said. CHINA OUT AFP PHOTO
A Chinese man carries a young girl as he evacuates from the city of Guangan, southwest China's Sichuan province on September 19, 2011, as unprecedented rains over the past week have swamped parts of northern, central and southwest China. Heavy rains and floods across China have left 57 people dead, dozens of others missing and hundreds injured, while more than a million residents have been evacuated from their homes, the government said. CHINA OUT AFP PHOTO
Residents try to salvage and clean up their belongings after flood waters swarmed the city of Guangan, southwest China's Sichuan province on September 19, 2011, as unprecedented rains over the past week have swamped parts of northern, central and southwest China. Heavy rains and floods across China have left 57 people dead, dozens of others missing and hundreds injured, while more than a million residents have been evacuated from their homes, the government said. CHINA OUT AFP PHOTO
In this picture taken on September 19, 2011, a rescue team evacuates a family trapped in Guangan, southwest China's Sichuan province as unprecedented rains over the past week have swamped parts of northern, central and southwest China. Heavy rains and floods across China have left 57 people dead, dozens of others missing and hundreds injured, while more than a million residents have been evacuated from their homes, the government said. CHINA OUT AFP PHOTO
The swelling river rises in Guangan city, southwest China's Sichuan province on September 20, 2011, as unprecedented rains over the past week have swamped parts of northern, central and southwest China. Heavy rains and floods across China have left 57 people dead, dozens of others missing and hundreds injured, while more than a million residents have been evacuated from their homes, the government said. CHINA OUT AFP PHOTO
A resident inspects damages after a landslide in Guangan, southwest China's Sichuan province on September 19, 2011, as unprecedented rains over the past week have swamped parts of northern, central and southwest China. Heavy rains and floods across China have left 57 people dead, dozens of others missing and hundreds injured, while more than a million residents have been evacuated from their homes, the government said. CHINA OUT AFP PHOTO

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