A freeway bridge in northern China has collapsed resulting from flash floods triggered by heavy rains, and two automobiles have fallen into the river
TAIPEI, Taiwan — A freeway bridge in northern China collapsed resulting from flash floods triggered by heavy rains, and two automobiles fell into the river, state media reported Thursday.
There have been no recognized casualties as of Thursday afternoon after the bridge collapsed alongside the Harbin-Mudanjiang Freeway in Heilongjiang province, in accordance with Beijing Information.
The bridge collapsed round 8:50 a.m. (0050 GMT) on Thursday, street authorities mentioned.
A rescue mission was ongoing, and a piece of the freeway had been closed, state media mentioned.
China is seeing floods triggered by heavy rains in a number of elements of the nation. Climate authorities mentioned the capital, Beijing, recorded its heaviest rainfall in at the very least 140 years over the previous few days as remnants of Hurricane Doksuri deluged the area.