posted on Jun, 8 2006 @ 08:50 AM
Floods and heavy have killed more then 50 people in Southern China and have forced more then 350,000 people to evacuate there homes.
BEIJING (Reuters) - Floods and mudslides triggered by heavy rains have killed more than 50 people in south China in recent days and forced more than
350,000 people to flee their homes, state media said on Thursday.
In Fujian province, 41 people were killed in floods and 356,200 people evacuated from their homes, the official Xinhua news agency said.
Mudslides killed 12 people in Wuzhou, a city in the southern autonomous region of Guangx
A section of the railway between capital Beijing and Hong Kong was also destroyed in east Jiangxi province.
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In my opinion, i think this is a very unfortunate event and i feel for the families and loved ones of those lost in this horrific act of nature.
The unfortunate thing is when something like this happens, you cant put the person responsible behind bars for this wrong doing against humanity
because this wasnt a person, it was an act of nature.
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[edit on 8-6-2006 by intrepid]