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UPDATED: 12:50, July 27, 2006
Chinese president orders prompt rescue efforts for flooded barrack
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A mountain torrent in East China's Jiangxi Province hit a military barrack early Wednesday morning, claiming 6 lives and leaving 38 others missing, the military sources said on Thursday morning.

Upon learning the mishap, Chinese President Hu Jintao ordered "prompt and all-out efforts" to search for the missing and reduce the casualty to the minimum extent, military sources said.

Source: Xinhua


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