Armed Police Officers Reinforce Sanlongwei Section of Levee in Wuhu, E China

 July 17, 2020
Armed Police Officers Reinforce Sanlongwei Section of Levee in Wuhu, E China
Aerial photo taken on July 16, 2020 shows armed police officers reinforcing the Sanlongwei section of the levee in Baimao Town of Wuhu, east China's Anhui Province. [Xinhua/Zhou Mu]

 

A total of 120 armed police officers have been dispatched to help reinforce the Sanlongwei section of the levee as the water level in Yangtze River rised in Baimao due to days of heavy rainfalls.

Armed Police Officers Reinforce Sanlongwei Section of Levee in Wuhu, E China
Aerial photo taken on July 16, 2020 shows armed police officers reinforcing the Sanlongwei section of the levee in Baimao Town of Wuhu, east China's Anhui Province. [Xinhua/Zhou Mu]

 

Armed Police Officers Reinforce Sanlongwei Section of Levee in Wuhu, E China
An armed police officer carries a sandbag to reinforce the Sanlongwei section of the levee in Baimao Town of Wuhu, east China's Anhui Province, July 16, 2020. [Xinhua/Zhou Mu]

 

Armed Police Officers Reinforce Sanlongwei Section of Levee in Wuhu, E China
Armed police officers fill up sandbags to reinforce the Sanlongwei section of the levee in Baimao Town of Wuhu, east China's Anhui Province, July 16, 2020. [Xinhua/Zhou Mu]

 

Armed Police Officers Reinforce Sanlongwei Section of Levee in Wuhu, E China
Armed police officers carry sandbags to reinforce the Sanlongwei section of the levee in Baimao Town of Wuhu, east China's Anhui Province, July 16, 2020. [Xinhua/Zhou Mu]

 

Armed Police Officers Reinforce Sanlongwei Section of Levee in Wuhu, E China
Armed police officers carry sandbags to reinforce the Sanlongwei section of the levee in Baimao Town of Wuhu, east China's Anhui Province, July 16, 2020. [Xinhua/Zhou Mu]

 

(Source: Xinhua)

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