Terrified subway passengers in central China were left clinging to ceiling handles inside flooded cars on Tuesday, trapped up to their necks in rising water, as record-breaking rains devastated parts of Henan province.
At least 12 people died in severe flooding Tuesday in a Chinese provincial capital that trapped people in subways and schools, washed away vehicles and stranded people in their workplaces overnight.
Passengers describe how they climbed onto chairs to keep their heads above the floodwaters.
At least 25 people have died in China's flood-stricken central province of Henan, a dozen of them in a subway line in its capital Zhengzhou, and more rains are forecast for the region.
In Zhengzhou, a city of over 12 million on the banks of the Yellow River, 12 people died in a flooded subway line while more than 500 were pulled to safety, the local government said.Video on social media on Tuesday showed commuters chest-deep in murky floodwaters on a train in the dark and an...
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China News: Large swathes of China's central Henan province were underwater on Wednesday, with its capital Zhengzhou hardest hit after being drenched by what weat
Vast swathes of Zhengzhou city under several feet of water as cars float down street and 200,000 people flee Henan province