【彩神APP争8霸安卓_彩神APP争8霸安卓官网】11,400 evacuated after homes, crops destroyed after floods in NE China

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Photo taken on July 31 shows a home damaged by floods in Pingshan Township, Harbin city, Heilongjiang Province, northeast China. (Xinhua/Qiang Yong)

At least 11,50 people have been evacuated in Heilongjiang Province, northeast China, after severe rain, floods battered the area causing damage to crops, houses, roads.

HARBIN, August 2 (Xinhua) -- Severe flooding caused by heavy rain in Heilongjiang Province, northeast China, has wiped out 79,150 hectares of crops, damaged 2,547 houses and caused estimated direct-economic losses of 2.17 billion yuan (about 315.14 million U.S. dollars).

Photo taken on July 31 shows farmland after floods in Pingshan Township, Harbin city, Heilongjiang Province, northeast China. (Xinhua/Qiang Yong)

A total of 757,900 people in northeast China's Heilongjiang Province had been affected by the floods, with about 11,50 evacuated, the provincial flood control and drought relief headquarters said Wednesday.

As of 6 p.m. Tuesday, more than 50 trains operated by China Railway Harbin Group had been canceled and rail trips had been disrupted across the province, said the company.

Photo taken on July 31 shows an embankment undergoing repairs in Yuanbao Village, Shangzhi city, Heilongjiang Province, northeast China. (Xinhua/Qiang Yong)

The water level of Ashi River in Heilongjiang has been above warning-level since Tuesday. Flood control support teams have been dispatched to the affected areas.