Typhoon Fitow hurtles into China's eastern coast
AFPBEIJING -- Typhoon Fitow, which barreled into China's east coast early Monday packing winds of more than 200 kilometers (124 miles) an hour, killed at least five people and impacted 3 million, state media reported.
October 8, 2013, 12:08 am TWN
Two men died in Wenzhou city in Zhejiang province, the official news agency Xinhua said, while three people from the city of Ruian died of electric shocks.
One of the victims in Wenzhou, 55-year-old Ni Wenlin, died “when a strong wind blew him off a hill” late Sunday, Xinhua said, while the other, Chen Wanjie, was killed after being buried beneath his duck breeding factory. Four other people are still missing, state media reported.