Hundreds of car plates remain unclaimed after heavy rain caused by Typhoon Fitow flooded Ningbo
Chinese police officers check and register unclaimed car plates which were washed away by heavy rains caused by Typhoon Fitow at a branch of traffic police brigade in Ningbo city, east Chinas Zhejiang province, 14 October 2013. Hundreds of Chinese drivers lost their car plates in flooded roads in Ningbo after Typhoon Fitows lashed east Chinas Zhejiang province last week. These plates which had not been installed tightly were washed away while the cars were braving floodwaters caused by heavy rains. A total of 779 plates were found by pedestrians or local police officers. 203 of them have been returned to their owners but over 500 remain unclaimed.
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