Monday, September 23, 2013


Typhoon Usagi kills at least 25 people in China

Typhoon Usagi has killed at least 25 people in Guangdong province of south China, the government has said.
Winds of up to 180 km/h (110 mph) were recorded in some areas, toppling trees and blowing cars off roads. Its victims drowned or were hit by debris.
The storm has affected 3.5 million people on the Chinese mainland.
Trains from Guangzhou to Beijing have been suspended and hundreds of flights from Guangzhou, Shenzhen and Hong Kong have been cancelled.
However, Hong Kong has escaped the worst of the storm.

Editor's Note:Despite our concern and misgivings over China's naval forces attempting to take the various "first string of islands" from their rightful owners we pray for the people of China impacted by the Typhoon. We saw New Orleans after Katrina.
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