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British Columbia, Canada declared a state of emergency due to flooding

2021-11-19 12:40

  • This is a flooded farmland photographed in Abbotsford, British Columbia, Canada on November 18. British Columbia, Canada, declared a state of emergency on the 17th due to floods and mudslides caused by heavy rains for several days. The severe weather has caused one death, at least three people are missing, and about 18,000 people were evacuated urgently. The governor of British Columbia, John Hogan, said the death toll is expected to rise in the coming days. Issued by Xinhua News Agency (photographed by Song Weiren)

  • This is a building surrounded by floods taken in Abbotsford, British Columbia, Canada on November 18. Issued by Xinhua News Agency (photographed by Song Weiren)

  • This is a flooded park taken in Abbotsford, British Columbia, Canada on November 18. Issued by Xinhua News Agency (photographed by Song Weiren)

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