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Typhoon shakes northern Vietnam

July 5, 2007

Typhoon Toraji hit northern Vietnam Thursday evening

The storm affected coastal provinces and cities stretching from Quang Ninh to Hai Phong.
Though 88km/hr winds were reported in the Gulf of Tonkin, no damages have been reported yet.
The storm was expected to continue moving northwest at 15-20 kph within the next 24 hours.
Heavy rains are expected to continue in the typhoon-hit areas.
The center forecast around four to five typhoons would hit Vietnam this year

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