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111 mph Typhoon Haikui Makes Landfall In Taiwan

111 mph Typhoon Haikui Makes Landfall In Taiwan

Typhoon Haikui made landfall in Taiwan, packing wind gusts of up to 111 mph, and leaving thousands of residents without power. 

Taiwan’s state-owned electric utility, TaiPower, reported nearly 36,000 customers remained without power as night fell in the wake of Haikui, which made landfall at 3:40 p.m

Taitung County and several surrounding counties may face wild storms until Monday afternoon.

Nearly 7,000 residents were earlier evacuated from high-risk areas in the region.

Haikui is barreling toward southern China as the region is still reeling from Super Typhoon Saola, the ninth typhoon this year, which made landfall in Guangdong’s Zhuhai City on Saturday afternoon.

The island’s mountainous Pingtung County is forecast to receive as much as 2 feet of rain over the coming days.

Saola was considered the most powerful storm to hit Hong Kong in five years, and every resident in concentrated areas was stuck. 

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