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(Bloomberg) – At least seven people died and six are missing as Typhoon Meranti, the strongest storm in the world this year, passed through China.

The storm, which earlier killed one person and injured several in Taiwan, claimed three lives and left four people missing in China’s Fujian province as of Thursday afternoon. In Zhejiang three people died and two were missing, according to the province’s civil affairs bureau. The storm was the hardest to hit the southern Fujian province since 1949, according to China’s official Xinhua News Agency.

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