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Another flood-diversion area put into use

Pub Date:20-07-28 10:00 Source:www.cnanhui.org

Excavators dig a spillway in Lujiang county, east China's Anhui province, on July 27, 2020, to divert floods from the Chaohu Lake, the fifth largest freshwater lake in the country. Another flood-diversion area was put into use on Monday, as the water level of the lake hit a record high. Residents affected by the flood diversion had been relocated. (Photo by Liu Yucai)

Excavators dig a spillway in Lujiang county, east China's Anhui province, on July 27, 2020, to divert floods from the Chaohu Lake, the fifth largest freshwater lake in the country. Another flood-diversion area was put into use on Monday, as the water level of the lake hit a record high. Residents affected by the flood diversion had been relocated. (Photo by Liu Yucai)

Excavators dig a spillway in Lujiang county, east China's Anhui province, on July 27, 2020, to divert floods from the Chaohu Lake, the fifth largest freshwater lake in the country. Another flood-diversion area was put into use on Monday, as the water level of the lake hit a record high. Residents affected by the flood diversion had been relocated. (Photo by Liu Yucai)

Excavators dig a spillway in Lujiang county, east China's Anhui province, on July 27, 2020, to divert floods from the Chaohu Lake, the fifth largest freshwater lake in the country. Another flood-diversion area was put into use on Monday, as the water level of the lake hit a record high. Residents affected by the flood diversion had been relocated. (Photo by Liu Yucai)

Excavators dig a spillway in Lujiang county, east China's Anhui province, on July 27, 2020, to divert floods from the Chaohu Lake, the fifth largest freshwater lake in the country. Another flood-diversion area was put into use on Monday, as the water level of the lake hit a record high. Residents affected by the flood diversion had been relocated. (Photo by Liu Yucai)

Excavators dig a spillway in Lujiang county, east China's Anhui province, on July 27, 2020, to divert floods from the Chaohu Lake, the fifth largest freshwater lake in the country. Another flood-diversion area was put into use on Monday, as the water level of the lake hit a record high. Residents affected by the flood diversion had been relocated. (Photo by Liu Yucai)

Excavators dig a spillway in Lujiang county, east China's Anhui province, on July 27, 2020, to divert floods from the Chaohu Lake, the fifth largest freshwater lake in the country. Another flood-diversion area was put into use on Monday, as the water level of the lake hit a record high. Residents affected by the flood diversion had been relocated. (Photo by Liu Yucai)


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