China News Service, Sanya, July 2 (Reporter Wang Xiaobin) According to the monitoring of the Central Meteorological Observatory, affected by the typhoon "Siamba", from 2:00 to 8:00 on July 2, the 6-hour precipitation in Sanya reached 215.9mm.

The continuous rainfall has caused waterlogging in the lower terrain of Sanya City, and all sea-related scenic spots and sea-related projects in the city have been suspended.

Fire and rescue personnel moved to evacuate the trapped people.

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  Typhoon "Siamba" approached the Leizhou Peninsula, but brought heavy rainfall to Sanya, Ledong and Dongfang in the southern part of Hainan Island.

The Sanya Meteorological Observatory issued a red rainstorm warning signal at 2:00 on July 2. It is expected that the city will have heavy rain on cloudy days and local heavy rain will continue until the night of the 2nd.

Fire and rescue personnel moved to evacuate the trapped people.

Photo by Mo Wenbin

  On the morning of the 2nd, the reporter saw in the urban area of ​​Sanya that the water in some low-lying areas in the city had reached the knees.

The Sanya Fire and Rescue Detachment dispatched 30 fire-fighting vehicles within 5 hours, 175 fire-fighting rescue personnel, and 71 trapped persons were transferred and evacuated.

Affected by the heavy rainfall, the water level of the Linchun River flowing through the urban area of ​​Sanya skyrocketed.

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  From 15:00 on July 1, the marine entertainment projects and high-altitude sightseeing projects in all tourist attractions in Sanya will be suspended.

At present, Wuzhizhou Island Tourist Area, Xidao Marine Cultural Tourist Area, Dadonghai Tourist Area, Yalong Bay Underwater World and other sea-related tourist attractions have been suspended, and the recovery time will be notified separately.

The low-lying road sections in Sanya City are seriously flooded.

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  Phoenix Airport planned to carry out 319 passenger flights on July 2. Affected by the typhoon, the airport was unable to meet the take-off standard for a time.

As of 8:00 a.m., 5 passenger flights were delayed and 19 were cancelled (9 inbound and 10 outbound).

At press time, the airport has resumed flight departures.

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Citizens travel by water.

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