Strong Typhoon Slams Shanghai, Second In A Week For China

Strong Typhoon Slams Shanghai, Second In A Week For China

By Scott Neuman

Chan-hom, packing winds of 100 mph, made landfall just south of Shanghai, forcing the evacuation of more than a million residents.

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