Тайфун принес рекордные наводнения на Тайвань

20 Сентября 2010, 11:57

HANDOUT RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE AND EDITORIAL SALES - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / HO / AIRBORNE POLICE" This handout aerial image taken and received on September 20, 2010 by Taiwan's Airborne Police shows areas flooded out by Typhoon Fananpi in the southern Taiwan city of Kaohsiung a day after the storm crossed the island dumping up to a metre of water of rain in some places. Schools and offices were closed on September 20 in typhoon-hit parts of Taiwan as residents started clearing up after their homes were flooded by the storm. AFP PHOTO / HO / AIRBORNE POLICE
Pedestrians use their umbrellas to shield from strong winds and rain as Typhoon Fanapi makes landfall along the coast in Xiamen, in southeast China's Fujian province on September 20, 2010. China warned of flash floods and landslides as Typhoon Fanapi made landfall on the mainland one day after slamming Taiwan with heavy rains, leaving more than 100 injured on the island. CHINA OUT AFP PHOTO
A large wave hits the coast along Nanfangauo harbour in Yilan county, eastern Taiwan, as the island braces itself for Typhoon Fanapi on September 19, 2010. Taiwan was lashed by winds of almost 200 kilometres an hour as the most powerful typhoon of the year smashed into the island, just a year after a devastating storm left hundreds dead. AFP PHOTO / PATRICK LIN
Local residents watch a large wave hit the coast along Nanfangauo harbour in Yilan county, eastern Taiwan, as the island braces itself for Typhoon Fanapi on September 19, 2010. Taiwan was lashed by winds of almost 200 kilometres an hour as the most powerful typhoon of the year smashed into the island, just a year after a devastating storm left hundreds dead. AFP PHOTO / PATRICK LIN
A man tries to remove his motorbike from flood water in southern Kaohsiung city as typhoon Fanapi hits east Taiwan on September 19, 2010. Taiwan was pounded by winds of more than 200 km per hour as China evacuated 150,000 people, issuing an alert over what could be the fiercest typhoon of the year to hit the region. AFP PHOTO / STR
Local policemen check flood water in southern Kaohsiung city as Typhoon Fanapi hit east Taiwan on September 19, 2010. Taiwan was pounded by winds of more than 200 kilometres an hour Sunday as China evacuated 150,000 people, issuing an alert over what could be the fiercest typhoon of the year to hit the region. AFP PHOTO
TAIWAN OUT A man walks past a taxi trapped in flood waters in the southern Taiwan city of Kaohsiung on September 20, 2010 after Typhoon Fanapi crossed the island the day before dumping up to a metre of water of rain in some places. Schools and offices were closed in typhoon-hit parts of Taiwan as residents started clearing up after their homes were flooded by the storm. TAIWAN OUT AFP PHOTO
HANDOUT RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE AND EDITORIAL SALES - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / HO / AIRBORNE POLICE" This handout aerial image taken and received on September 20, 2010 by Taiwan's Airborne Police shows areas flooded out by Typhoon Fananpi in the southern Taiwan city of Kaohsiung a day after the storm crossed the island dumping up to a metre of water of rain in some places. Schools and offices were closed on September 20 in typhoon-hit parts of Taiwan as residents started clearing up after their homes were flooded by the storm. AFP PHOTO / HO / AIRBORNE POLICE
HANDOUT RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE AND EDITORIAL SALES - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / HO / AIRBORNE POLICE" This handout aerial image taken and received on September 20, 2010 by Taiwan's Airborne Police shows areas flooded out by Typhoon Fananpi in the southern Taiwan city of Kaohsiung a day after the storm crossed the island dumping up to a metre of water of rain in some places. Schools and offices were closed on September 20 in typhoon-hit parts of Taiwan as residents started clearing up after their homes were flooded by the storm. AFP PHOTO / HO / AIRBORNE POLICE
TAIWAN OUT A rescurer carries a woman through flood waters in the southern Taiwan city of Kaohsiung on September 20, 2010 after Typhoon Fanapi crossed the island the day before dumping up to a metre of water of rain in some places. Schools and offices were closed in typhoon-hit parts of Taiwan as residents started clearing up after their homes were flooded by the storm. TAIWAN OUT AFP PHOTO

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