Residents in Zhengzhou lay flowers to mourn the dead in subway station
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Li Hao is a photographer covering China’s social transformation and its impact on different groups, such as migrant workers.

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, Published: 2021/7/25 22:30:04
Residents in Zhengzhou, Central China's Henan Province laid flowers to mourn the dead in the flooded line 5 subway at the line's Shakou Road exit. Photo: Li Hao/GT
Editor's Note:
Residents in Zhengzhou, Central China's Henan Province laid flowers to mourn the dead in the flooded line 5 subway at the line's Shakou Road exit. On July 20, an unusually heavy rainstorm in Zhengzhou caused 12 deaths in subway line 5. Heavy rain poured back into the subway, causing a train to stop between Shakou Road station and Baishi Station, trapping more than 500 passengers and killing 12. The subway has not yet resumed, and water is still being pumped out. Photos: Li Hao/GT

Residents in Zhengzhou, Central China's Henan Province laid flowers to mourn the dead in the flooded line 5 subway at the line's Shakou Road exit. Photo: Li Hao/GT
Residents in Zhengzhou, Central China's Henan Province laid flowers to mourn the dead in the flooded line 5 subway at the line's Shakou Road exit. Photo: Li Hao/GT
Residents in Zhengzhou, Central China's Henan Province laid flowers to mourn the dead in the flooded line 5 subway at the line's Shakou Road exit. Photo: Li Hao/GT
Residents in Zhengzhou, Central China's Henan Province laid flowers to mourn the dead in the flooded line 5 subway at the line's Shakou Road exit. Photo: Li Hao/GT
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