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Southern China’s Pearl River Delta region shuts down as Typhoon Mangkhut strikes

S.China Morning Post Sunday, 16 September 2018
Transport links in China’s most interconnected area, the Greater Bay Area, were shut down on Sunday as Typhoon Mangkhut grounded nearly all flights and stopped intercity train and bus services from running. All major mainland cities in the Pearl River Delta were in emergency mode on Sunday afternoon as Mangkhut approached with the main roads and bridges connecting these cities shutting down at noon. Restaurants, shops and commercial businesses were closed and SF Express, the delivery...
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Typhoon Mangkhut brought flash flooding to Baguio City in the Philippines on Saturday, September 15.Mangkhut, known locally as Ompong, made landfall in northern Luzon, unleashing torrential rain and strong winds.In the Philippines, the National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council (NDRRMC)...

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