Heavy rains were effective in the city of Boading in Hebei province, located in the northern part of China.
Officials announced that 10 people died in the floods caused by heavy rains.
18 people are missing in the flood disaster where the infrastructure of the city was damaged.
The public has been warned of the geological risks and a red alert has been issued.
Evacuation works have started in the region where approximately 600 thousand people are at risk. Efforts to clean up the flood waters continue.
On the other hand, it was announced that the heavy rains seen in the country with the effect of Typhoon Doksuri were the heaviest precipitation in the last 140 years. The China Weather Agency had issued a red alert, warning the public of “geological risks”.