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Armed policemen fix spillway collapses in Chizhou, Anhui Province

2010-07-15 06:21:46 GMT2010-07-15 14:21:46 (Beijing Time)  Xinhua English

Armed policemen arrange sand bags to fight against piping next to the Qiupu River bridge on a Yangtze River branch in Chizhou, east China's Anhui Province, July 14, 2010. In Chizhou, one of the worst-hit cities in Anhui, water levels in 282 reservoirs, have exceeded warning lines. Workers are now trying to fix spillway collapses and other minor damage. (Xinhua/Hu Chaoqun)

Armed policemen carry sand bags to fight against piping next to the Qiupu River bridge on a Yangtze River branch in Chizhou, east China's Anhui Province, July 14, 2010. In Chizhou, one of the worst-hit cities in Anhui, water levels in 282 reservoirs, have exceeded warning lines. Workers are now trying to fix spillway collapses and other minor damage. (Xinhua/Hu Chaoqun)

A local villager carry straw to help plant fast growing vegetables at Gujia village of Luozhen township in Fuzhou city, east China's Jiangxi Province, July 14, 2010. The provincial agricultural departments of Jiangxi Province have sent 25 kilograms of fast growing vegetables seeds to plant 200 thousand mu (about 13.3 thousand hectares) extra field for the vegetable supplies across the province. (Xinhua/Zhou Ke)

A local villager plows the field to plant fast growing vegetables at Gujia village of Luozhen township in Fuzhou city, east China's Jiangxi Province, July 14, 2010. The provincial agricultural departments of Jiangxi Province have sent 25 kilograms of fast growing vegetables seeds to plant 200 thousand mu (about 13.3 thousand hectares) extra field for the vegetable supplies across the province. (Xinhua/Zhou Ke)

In Chizhou, one of the worst-hit cities in Anhui, water levels in 282 reservoirs, have exceeded warning lines. Workers are now trying to fix spillway collapses and other minor damage.

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