Typhoon Kaemi kicked-up rainstorms triggering floods, landslides and other disasters, which have already killed at least 32 people, leaving more than 50 missing in southern China, according to the state media.
After sweeping across China’s southeastern coast this Tuesday, Kaemi weakened into a tropical depression. Heavy downpours it brought flooded at least four provinces, already healing from damage caused by tropical storm Bilis. Bilis killed more than 600 people.
According to the Xinhua news agency, 6 people were killed by flash floods occurred along a mountainside that hit a military barracks in the eastern province of Jiangxi.