Typhoon Usagi brings life to standstill in southern China; 25 killed

Eurasia News

HONG KONG: At least 25 persons were killed when a powerful typhoon crashed into Hong Kong and southern China on Sunday evening, bringing the life to standstill as hundreds of flights were cancelled and electricity went off, Dispatch News Desk reported.

Moreover, flash flood arrived and financial markets were forced to remain closed for at least part of the morning due to the Typhoon Usagi, the strongest storm to hit the Western Pacific this year.