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Strongest flood peak of Lanjiang River over past 56 years hits Lanxi City

06-20-2011 16:23 BJT Special Report:China Fights Worst Flood in Decades |

Photo taken on June 20, 2011 shows a waterlogged street in Lanxi City, east
China's Zhejiang Province. The strongest flood peak of the Lanjiang River over
the past 56 years arrived in the city on Monday, causing severe waterlogging in
the downtown. (Xinhua/Xu Yu)

Photo taken on June 20, 2011 shows the Lanjiang River in Lanxi City, east
China's Zhejiang Province. The strongest flood peak of the Lanjiang River over
the past 56 years arrived in the city on Monday, causing severe waterlogging
in the downtown. (Xinhua/Xu Yu)

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