Sanya removes outdoor billboards to take precautions against typhoon MEGI
The 13th typhoon, MEGI, is approaching the South China Sea, and Sanya has begun to remove outdoor billboards which are placed along streets and may possibly cause potential safety hazards to people, reports hinews on Oct 18th.
The strong typhoon MEGI, with wind speeds near its centre at level 17, is expected to reach the South China Sea on the evening of Oct 18th and is predicted to affect Hainan Island from Oct 22nd.
According to the requirement of the Comprehensive Enforcement Bureau of Sanya, many billboards in Sanya have been removed and carried away on the morning of Oct 18th. The reporter found that many people worked in the rain to take down the advertising light boxes in a bid to make precautions against the impact of typhoon MEGI.
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