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PLA navy vessel ran aground in Hong Kong during Typhoon Mangkhut

S.China Morning Post Tuesday, 18 September 2018
A 42-metre military vessel from the PLA Hong Kong garrison was driven ashore by Typhoon Mangkhut as it pounded Hong Kong on Sunday, it emerged on Tuesday. The Nan Jiao 86, a PLA navy personnel transport ship, was still stranded on a rocky shore of Kau Yi Chau, some 3km to the west of the western tip of Hong Kong Island. A Hong Kong law enforcement source told the Post on Tuesday that the incident took place on Sunday as Mangkhut, one of the most powerful storms to hit Hong Kong on record, was...
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Mangkhut made landfall in southern China on Sunday after causing flooding and structural damage in Hong Kong.

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