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Typhoon Mangkhut in Hong Kong on Sunday pulled off scaffolding on a high-rise building.
Typhoon Mangkhut in Hong Kong on Sunday pulled off scaffolding on a high-rise building.

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Typhoon Mangkhut made landfall Sunday in mainland China, but not before deadly 100-plus mph winds blew through the Philippines and Hong Kong.

In the Philippines, the New York Times reports more than 60 were killed in landslides and flooding, while millions are affected with homes and communities destroyed. Now the storm is in China, where two were already killed in Guangdong province.

The Hong Kong Observatory showed the path of the storm and how it’s expected to weaken as it makes its way inland. Authorities there raised the storm warning signal to T10 earlier, the highest possible level.

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