Two dams in Hulun Buir city in northern China's Inner Mongolia collapsed on July 18 after torrential rain, but no injuries have been reported, according to a report by Global Times.
The national flood control administration issued a third-level emergency response and sent a working group to the scene to guide and assist local emergency management.
People living downstream were evacuated, and no casualties were reported.
Extreme weather has hit several parts of the world in recent weeks with flooding in Europe and heatwaves in North America, adding to worries about climate change.
Heavy rains have been battering central China's province of Henan since July 16. As of July 21, the rains and floods left 25 dead and seven missing in the province.
(Writing by Alex Guo Editing by Harry Huo)
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