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Torrential rain sweeps quake-hit Yiliang, SW China

(Xinhua)

13:39, September 11, 2012

Photo taken on Sept. 11, 2012 shows a flood-destroyed relocation site at Yiliang People Hospital in the quake-hit Yiliang County, Zhaotong City, sorthwest China's Yunnan Province. Torrential rain hit Yiliang County since early Tuesday, causing flood and mudslides. Earthquake victims have been evacuated as many relocation sites were destroyed by the flood. Multiple earthquakes struck Yiliang County and neighboring areas in Yunnan Province on Sept. 7, killing at least 81 people.(Xinhua/Qin Qing)
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