To level three after the typhoon eventually crossed and landed about 50 miles west of Macau, near the southern Chinese city of Taishan.

Named after freshwater fish that live down the Mekong River, is said to have brought heavy rain to the area with winds of up to 80 mph, disrupting official clean-up operations in the aftermath of Typhoon Hato. No deaths were reported from yesterday’s bad weather, but hospital officials in Hong Kong told the newspaper that 62 people were injured and at least eight of Macau’s residents suffered minor injuries.카지노사이트

The National reported that Hong Kong International Airport canceled about 206 flights and delayed an additional 471 ahead of the arrival of Tropical Storm Pakar. Officials at Hong Kong’s airport authority also said 44 additional flights were diverted to other regional airports, while Hong Kong’s flagship airline Cathay Pacific declared it expected “cancellations, changes and serious delays.”

All Hong Kong ferries, including ferries to Macau, were also suspended during the early afternoon hours until the alert level was lowered due to the impending arrival of Tropical Storm Parkhar, the newspaper reported.

Typhoon Hato, known as the strongest storm to hit the region in 53 years, battered southern China on Wednesday with strong winds and torrential rain, killing at least 18 people across the region. Although some parts of the country remain without electricity or traffic lights, officials explained that the country’s water supply has been restored as of yesterday.