Beijing's Deadly Deluge: Record Rainfall in 60 Years Kills 10 [PHOTOS]
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Beijing's Deadly Deluge: Record Rainfall in 60 Years Kills 10 [PHOTOS]

Guangzhou : China | Jul 22, 2012 at 2:54 AM PDT
Source: International Business Times
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EDT At least 10 people were killed and thousands stranded in streets, subways and at the main airport of the Chinese capital Beijing as the city received record rainfall on Saturday afternoon, the heaviest in six decades. Most of the deaths were due to electric shocks from downed power lines, roof collapse... FULL ARTICLE AT International Business Times
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Residents look at a stranded car on a flooded street amid heavy rainfalls in Beijing
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