BEIJING: Two people were killed and 24 injured when a storm brought down a wholesale market building in southern China, state media reported on Friday.
A strong gale and heavy rain struck the fruit market in Foshan city, Guangdong province, at around 7:00 am (2300 GMT Thursday), Xinhua said, citing local officials.
By Friday evening, 13 people were still in hospital because of their injuries, two of whom were reported to be in a serious condition.
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A huge crane collapsed in high winds in Guangdong province last week, killing 18 people at a construction site.
A further 18 were hospitalised following the accident in the city of Dongguan.