China’s ‘iPhone City’ Relocates 100,000 After Floods Leave 12 Dead | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

China’s ‘iPhone City’ Relocates 100,000 After Floods Leave 12 Dead

More than two dozen people have died and 100,000 have been evacuated as catastrophic floods swept through the central Chinese province of Henan.

China Central Television reported that 25 people have been killed while seven others are missing, citing a local government briefing. The city of Zhengzhou earlier said at least 12 died on a subway there.

Videos circulating on social media showed passengers trapped in subway cars on Tuesday evening local time with water up to their shoulders as a torrent cascaded through tunnels, while others depicted cars floating down broad avenues in Zhengzhou, which has a population of 10 million.

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