A slope collapsed on Lane 62, Leli 2nd Street, Keelung City, and trees hit vehicles.

(Reported by reporter Lu Xianxiu)

[Reporter Lu Xianxiu/Report from Keelung] A rain bomb exploded in Keelung City. In the afternoon, the front slope of No. 251, Lane 62, Leli 2nd Street, slipped soil and rocks, and a road tree collapsed, hitting a Mercedes. The damaged vehicle has been removed. The Municipal Public Works Office Waiting for the unit to make repairs overnight in the rain, it is expected to be notified at 0:00 in the morning.

The Keelung Fire Department received a report from the public at 2:18 p.m. today, pointing out that the slope in front of No. 251, Lane 62, Leli 2nd Street, was suspected to have slipped soil and rocks due to continuous heavy rain, collapsed road trees, and parked cars and locomotives. One of the Mercedes cars was smashed directly, and the roof, front and rear were smashed, and the female owner of the car surnamed Jiang got out of trouble on her own.

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The police were reported to the scene and immediately pulled up the cordon to control traffic. City councilor Zheng Kailing rushed to the scene and notified the district office and the public affairs office to rush repairs. The original Mercedes-Benz owner, surnamed Jiang, insisted not to move the vehicle and wanted to apply for compensation from the state. Affect the time of disaster recovery.

In the evening, Jiang Nv also removed the vehicle first, and let the relief personnel and equipment enter the site for emergency repair.

According to the rescuers, the fallen trees have been cut down and the earthwork is being cleared. It is expected to be open to traffic at around 0:00 tomorrow morning. However, there has been a heavy rain report recently.

Manufacturers of the Municipal Public Works Office took the rain and leaked at night to fight for disasters.

(Photo by reporter Lu Xianxiu)

Fallen trees have been cut for removal.

(Photo by reporter Lu Xianxiu)