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Washed away — Onlookers were washed away by huge waves from the “Haining tide” - a daily occurrence when the river tides hit the banks of the city - as the waves surged higher than usual due to the influence of Typhoon Trami in the region in Haining, in eastern China’s Zhejiang province. State media reported on August 23 that 30 people were injured and 11 still in hospital after the wave hit.  Typhoon Trami, the 12th typhoon to hit China this year, brought rainstorms and wreaked havoc in eastern China after landing in Fujian Province early on August 22.  The tides there have attracted spectators for the past two millennia, and it is the scene of an annual Tide-Watching Festival in late summer.

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