Streets of Zhoushan Left Flooded After Typhoon In-Fa Makes Second Landfall in China's East

Fire and rescue crews worked to drain flooded streets and relocate residents in Zhoushan, in China’s Zhejiang province, on July 26, after Typhoon In-Fa brought torrential rains to the area.

The storm made a second landfall on July 26 in Zhejiang province bringing winds of up to 28 metres per second near its center, according to local news reports. Eastern China was on high alert as the storm continued to affect the region.

These videos posted to Weibo by the Zhoushan fire and rescue department shows residents being transported by inflatable boat through flooded streets and fire crews pumping water from flooded areas. Credit: Zhoushan Fire via Storyful

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