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East China braces for typhoon In-fa after flooding, trains from Tianjin suspend
Published on: 2021-07-26
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Typhoon In-fa made landfall in China on Sunday, forcing the city of Shanghai and neighbouring coastal regions to cancel all flights and shutter businesses.

Ahead of its arrival, state media showed rescuers evacuating villagers on lifeboats from floods, with hundreds waiting out the storm in temporary shelters.

Central China is still reeling from record flooding earlier this week that killed at least 58 people and forced the relocation of more than 1 million others.

Typhoon In-fa landed in the major eastern port city of Zhoushan midday Sunday, according to state broadcaster CCTV.

China's national weather service said its wind speed was up to 85 miles per hour and moving north at a speed of 9 miles per hour.

From Saturday to next Thursday, railway sections that are expected to be affected by Typhoon In-Fa in the Yangtze River Delta region have been suspended to ensure the safety of passengers.

On July 26, trains T58, Z206, T252, and K257 departed from Tianjin Station, and G441 trains departed from Tianjin West Station will be suspended.

Passengers who have purchased tickets for suspended trains can apply for full refund procedures within 30 days. Please pay attention to the station announcement or log on to the 12306 website to learn about the train's outage, and arrange travel time reasonably.











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