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Entire buildings are collapsing and being washed away by landslides and raging floodwaters caused by Typhoon Lekima in China.
The death toll from the typhoon has risen to 45, with an estimated 16 people missing.

The official Xinhua News Agency said five people have died and seven remain missing in Shandong province after Typhoon Lekima travelled up the eastern seaboard.
Another 39 died and nine are unaccounted for in Zhejiang province, and one died in neighbouring Anhui.
The typhoon forced the evacuation of more than 180,000 people in Shandong and inflicted losses of AUD $312 million.
Chinese rescuers search for victims and survivors of a landslide caused by a barrier lake burst triggered by Typhoon Lekima, in Shanzao village, in east China’s Zhejiang province.
Heavy downpours and floods were still battering Shandong on Monday. Rescue efforts were underway.
The commercial hub of Shanghai also experienced heavy wind and rain, while Beijing to the north saw clear skies on Monday after rain over the weekend. Floods have also struck northeastern Manchuria.

Typhoon Lekima made landfall at 1.45 a.m. Saturday in Wenling city, about 300 kilometers (190 miles) south of Shanghai, the China Meteorological Administration said.
More than 1 million people were evacuated before the storm struck, including 253,000 in Shanghai.

Shanghai Disneyland was closed, as were some popular tourist areas along the riverfront in the city’s historic Bund district.
“Of course, it’s a little disappointing, but it’s because of the weather so we can all understand, right. This is a natural disaster, isn’t it?” said Wang Chunguang, who was visiting from Jiangsu province north of Shanghai.
CCTV said 3,023 airline flights in Shanghai, Hangzhou and other cities and some train services were canceled. Authorities in Shanghai also shut down the high-speed magnetic levitation train to Pudong International Airport.
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