Two dams have reportedly collapsed in China following heavy rains. This has been confirmed by the Chinese Ministry of Water itself. Two dams in Inner Mongolia have collapsed due to heavy rains. Reports indicate that there was no mob.
Dams capable of holding 1.6 trillion cubic feet of water have collapsed. People were evacuated from the area on Sunday following fears of an accident. With this, the big accident was avoided. According to the report, 87 mm of rain fell in the catchment areas of the dams near the town of Hulunubur in Inner Mongolia. As heavy rains continue in southwestern China, 14 rivers have dried up. Thousands were relocated.