Two people were killed in Wenzhou, including a 55-year-old man who was blown off a hill while heading out to help rescue a stranded fisherman, reports AP.
Plane services were canceled, trains were suspended, and there were widespread power outages in southeastern China. More than half a million people were evacuated and boats were called in Sunday in preparation for the typhoon.
Before hitting China, Fitow brushed by the northern coast of Taiwan, causing many flight cancelations and dumping large heavy rains, but causing no other damage.
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