Typhoon Megi Hit Taiwan-Photos

22 10 2010

On Friday at least 3 people were dead and 27 people were missing after Typhoon Megi hit Taiwan.

The powerful typhoon caused massive mud and rockslides.

A Buddhist temple was buried and vehicles were trapped on a highway.

A bus carrying 19 Chinese tourists was missing.

Typhoon Megi killed 26 people in the Philippines before hitting Taiwan.

It is expected to make a landfall in southern China by late Friday or Saturday.

A typhoon is a natural disaster.

Floodwaters brought by Typhoon Megi in Ilan County, northern Taiwan October 22, 2010.

A motorcyclist walks through floods waters with her vehicle after the occurrence of Typhoon Megi in Ilan county, northern Taiwan October 22, 2010.

People row a boat in flood waters at their backyard in Ilan county, northern Taiwan, after the occurrence of Typhoon Megi October 22, 2010.

Drivers navigate through floods waters after the occurrence of Typhoon Megi in Ilan county, northern Taiwan October 22, 2010.

A motorcyclist pushes his bike in a flooded street after heavy rains brought by Typhoon Megi in Ilan county, northern Taiwan, October 21, 2010.

A handout photograph shows floodwaters brought by Typhoon Megi in Ilan County, northern Taiwan October 22, 2010. Typhoon Megi dumped more than a metre of rain in northeastern Taiwan, causing mudslides that blocked a highway and trapped as many as 400 travellers. REUTERS/Military News Agency/Handout (TAIWAN – Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT IMAGES OF THE DAY) THIS IMAGE HAS BEEN SUPPLIED BY A THIRD PARTY. IT IS DISTRIBUTED, EXACTLY AS RECEIVED BY REUTERS, AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY. NOT FOR SALE FOR MARKETING OR ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS« Read less

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