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Duration2005/08/30 At least 28 people were killed and four people are missing after weeks of rainstorms triggered flooding in the central China's province of Hubei.
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  • Reuters AlertNet 2005/08/31
    Floods caused by weeks of heavy rain have killed 28 people and left four missing in central China, the Beijing News reported on Wednesday, the latest casualties in the annual flood season.
  • Xinhua 2005/08/30
    At least 28 people were killed and another four are still missing in continuous flooding in the city of Shiyan, central China's Hubei Province, official statistics showed on Tuesday.
    Rainstorms relentlessly slammed the city and many other adjacent townships since Aug. 14, triggering floods that have cut off traffic, electricity and telecommunications services and destroyed thousands of hectares of crops, said Chen Tianhui, mayor of Shiyan.
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