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Telephone interview: Floods start o retreat in Chongqing

07-11-2010 13:32 BJT

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About 270 kilometers away from downtown Chongqing, the Pengshui Miao and Tujia Autonomous County is one of the hardest flood-hit areas in the municipality. Our reporter Yin Xiang is there to update us. Hello, Yin Xiang.

1. Can you give us the latest situation in the county? Is it still raining there?

2. How about weather predictions for the coming days? And what's the next step for the relief efforts?

Thank you Yin Xiang. That's our reporter Yin Xiang in Pengshui Autonomous County, one of the hardest flood-hit areas in southeastern Chongqing.

Editor:Zheng Limin |Source:

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