Rainstorms trigger inner inundation in Guilin

15:02, June 18, 2010      

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A bus wades through the heavily-inundated street in the city proper of Guilin, southwest China's Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region, June 17, 2010. The flood peak of Lijiang River at a high level of 147.41 meters passes through Guilin City around 16 o'clock on the day, as vehement downpour and rainstorms hit from the evening of June 16 to the morning of June 17, leaving serious inner inundation of the city proper and the rural crop fields. (Xinhua/Tang Yanlan)


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