China News Service, Guangzhou, August 19 (Guo Jun, Xiao Yuyan) This year's No. 7 Typhoon "Hygoss" made landfall on the coast of Jinwan District, Zhuhai, Guangdong at around 6 o'clock on the 19th. When it landed, the maximum wind force near the center was 12 (35 m/ Seconds), the lowest pressure in the center is 970 hPa. The typhoon had a great impact on some railway lines and air transportation in Guangdong, and some trains and flights were suspended or cancelled.
According to the Guangzhou Railway Group, in order to ensure the safety of railway transportation and passengers, the railway department further adjusted the transportation plan. On the 19th, the Jiangzhan, Guangzhou-Zhuhai and Zhuhai-Zhuhai intercity railways were suspended, and some trains on the Guangzhou-Shenzhen Railway and Guangzhou-Shenzhen-Hong Kong high-speed rail were suspended. Luck. The G68 from Zhuhai to Beijing West, and the G542 from Zhuhai to Zhengzhou East will start from Guangzhou South.
It is reported that the Guangzhou Railway Group has launched an emergency plan for flood prevention and typhoon prevention since the 18th, strengthening duty on the Shenzhen-Zhanjiang Line, Guangmao Line, Yizhan Line, Donghai Island Line, Zhanhai Line, Guangzhou-Zhuhai Cargo Line, etc., and set up 30 flood control stations. Detachment, arranged for more than 5,000 cadres and employees to inspect on foot, inspect by additional passengers, and squat on guard. More than 100 monitoring points set up along the railway have strengthened monitoring in all directions, closely tracked the weather conditions, timely grasped the wind and rain conditions, and prepared for safety risk prevention and emergency rescue.
In terms of maritime affairs, all ro-ro passenger ships in the Qiongzhou Strait will be suspended from 19:00 on the 18th. From 3:58 on the 19th, the typhoon signal No. 5 in Guangzhou Port No. 1 area, No. 4 typhoon signal in Guangzhou Port Area 2, and Typhoon No. 2 in Guangzhou Port Area 3 and 4 remain unchanged. Guangzhou Maritime Affairs The bureau initiated the tropical cyclone level I response at 4 o'clock on the 19th. At present, the ferries, Pearl River cruise ships and high-speed passenger ships in the area under the jurisdiction of the Guangzhou Maritime Safety Administration are all suspended in accordance with typhoon prevention requirements.
In terms of civil aviation, due to the impact of Typhoon “Hygos”, as of 21:00 on the 18th, China Southern Airlines cancelled 37 flights in and out of Shenzhen Airport on August 18 and 19. Eastern Airlines will cancel more than 50 inbound and outbound flights actually operated in Guangzhou, Shenzhen, Zhuhai, Zhanjiang and other places on the 19th. (Finish)