Tue, September 21, 2010
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Typhoon Fanapi brings downpours, gales to Taiwan

2010-09-21 02:06:44 GMT2010-09-21 10:06:44 (Beijing Time)  Xinhua English

A woman walks on a flooded street in Kaohsiung County, southeast China's Taiwan, Sept. 20, 2010. Typhoon Fanapi brought heavy rains and gales to southern Taiwan after it made landfall on Sunday, causing waterlog in some regions. A total of 12,000 residents have been evacuated. (Xinhua)

Local residents clean furnitures and articles marinated in floods in Kaohsiung County, south China's Taiwan, Sept. 20, 2010. Typhoon Fanapi brought heavy rains and gales to southern Taiwan after it made landfall on Sunday, causing waterlog in some regions. A total of 12,000 residents have been evacuated. (Xinhua)

Local residents clean furnitures and articles marinated in floods in Kaohsiung County, southeast China's Taiwan, Sept. 20, 2010. Typhoon Fanapi brought heavy rains and gales to southern Taiwan after it made landfall on Sunday, causing waterlog in some regions. A total of 12,000 residents have been evacuated. (Xinhua)

Local residents clean furnitures and articles marinated in floods in Kaohsiung County, south China's Taiwan, Sept. 20, 2010. Typhoon Fanapi brought heavy rains and gales to southern Taiwan after it made landfall on Sunday, causing waterlog in some regions. A total of 12,000 residents have been evacuated. (Xinhua)

A man carrying a child on his back walks in floods in Tainan County, southeast China's Taiwan, Sept. 20, 2010. Typhoon Fanapi brought heavy rains and gales to southern Taiwan after it made landfall on Sunday, causing waterlog in some regions. A total of 12,000 residents have been evacuated. (Xinhua)

Rescuers transport trapped residents with light boat in Tainan County, south China's Taiwan, Sept. 20, 2010. Typhoon Fanapi brought heavy rains and gales to southern Taiwan after it made landfall on Sunday, causing waterlog in some regions. A total of 12,000 residents have been evacuated. (Xinhua)

Typhoon Fanapi brought heavy rains and gales to southern Taiwan after it made landfall on Sunday, Sept. 19, 2010, causing waterlog in some regions. A total of 12,000 residents have been evacuated.

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