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Duration 2001/06/25 Typhoon batters China
Atleast 71 people were killed and 83 people are missing in a typhoon that pounded the southeastern coastal city of Fuzhou over the weekend.
The storm also killed at least nine people in Taiwan.
Country or District China Name Typhoon
Headline(Source, Date) Personal Injury Material Damage Others China - Typhoon 28 June 2001 Affected population: 2,895,000
（total 4.1 million in 21 cities/counties）
Houses collapsed or damaged: 181,000
Crops affected: 121,000 hectares
harvest：59,000 hectares will be reduced
crops：16,200 hectares have been completely lost
Water and electricity supplies were cut off in some counties and cities.
Direct economic losses: CNY 3,910 million (USD 473 million) (including loss for aquatic business amounting to CNY 2,060 million (USD 249 million) and for water conservation projects amounting to CNY 430 million (USD 52 million)).
- Deutsche Presse Agentur
Forty-nine feared dead after rainstorms hit southwest China
- Xinhua 2001/6/27
Since Saturday when Chebi landed in neighboring Fujian Province, the rainfall has exceeded 100 millimeters in about 21 counties and cities in Guangdong Province.
- OCHA Situation Report No.1 2001/06/28
Typhoon Chebi hit southeastern China over the last weekend left 54 killed and 71missing.
State media in China say at least 71 people were killed in a typhoon that pounded the southeastern coastal city of Fuzhou over the weekend.
- MSN News
73 people killed by Typhoon
Geographycal Data Information
- Perry-Castaneda Library Map Collection
The map of whole china
Emergency Relief Information
Urgent Report from Supporting Members of the Asian Disaster Reduction Center