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Jinzhong City, Shanxi Province, the city’s average precipitation reached 193.4 mm, the disaster-affected population was 661,000 | Jinzhong City | Shanxi Province | Heavy Rain


Original title: Jinzhong City, Shanxi Province, the city’s average precipitation reached 193.4 mm, the disaster-affected population was 661,000. Source: CCTV News Client

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Recently, large-scale continuous heavy rainfall has occurred in many parts of Shanxi, and the rain and waterlogging disasters have been serious in some areas. Today (October 10), Jinzhong City, Shanxi Province held a press conference to inform about flood prevention and disaster relief.

According to Niu Geping, Deputy Secretary-General of Jinzhong City, Shanxi Province, since the early morning of October 3, large-scale heavy rainfall has occurred in Jinzhong, which lasted for a long time and accumulated heavy rainfall. The average precipitation reached 193.4 mm. This is October since the meteorological record. The extreme value of, accounting for 43% of the annual average precipitation. Among them, the precipitation in Lingshi, Yushe, and Jiexiu counties (cities) were all above 200 mm, and the remaining 8 counties were all above 130 mm. All 111 rivers in Jinzhong with a drainage area of ​​more than 50 square kilometers experienced floods. Of the 63 reservoirs, 17 were operating above the flood line level, and 45 dried-up reservoirs were fully filled.

The heavy rainfall caused more serious losses to the people’s production and life. According to preliminary statistics, the city’s affected population was 661,000, and 46,000 people were transferred and sheltered. The affected area of ​​crops was 1.06 million mu, 43,000 houses, 4175 roads and bridges. And culverts, etc. to varying degrees.

(Edited by Gong Lihui)

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