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The death toll from the floods that ravaged central China has risen to 33 dead and eight missing, state television announced on Thursday.
Average rainfall eased in the central city of Zhengzhou on Tuesday night as torrential rain swept through a subway and washed away hundreds of cars.
According to the latest toll on Henan province and the capital Zhengzhou, the floods have claimed 33 lives and eight are still missing as of July 16, according to CCTV, citing local emergency services.
On Wednesday, it was reported that 25 people were killed and seven missing.
The channel said about 376,000 people were evacuated.
While more than 200,000 hectares of farmland have been flooded, damage is estimated at 1.22 billion yuan (160 million euros).
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