Typhoon Son-Tinh batters China
Beijing: Strong winds and high waves caused by typhoon Son-Tinh continued to batter the Chinese coast Sunday after killing nearly 30 people in the Philippines.
Five crew of a boat were missing off the Hainan province after their vessel sank in strong winds.
A rescue centre in Sanya in Hainan said that it received reports around 6 a.m. about the crew clinging to the deck of a sinking vessel.
A search was launched for the missing crew involving rescue vessels and helicopters.
Typhoon Son-Tinh hit China Saturday after wrecking havoc in the Philippines, where it killed at least 27 people.
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